Terms of Reference
SAMM Promotional Video
Southern Africa Migration Management Project
1. Background and context
The Southern Africa Migration Management (SAMM) project is a model of a ONE-UN approach collaborative effort between four UN development and humanitarian agencies: the ILO, the IOM, UNODC and UNHCR. The (SAMM) project forms part of the European Union Regional Indicative Programme (11th EDF RIP) for Eastern Africa, Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean (2014–2020) which includes among its objectives the facilitation of safe, orderly and regular migration and the prevention of irregular migration. It focuses on South-South migration flows, identifying positive spill over effects of international migration on regional integration and regional economic development.
Its overall objective is to improve migration management in the Southern Africa and Indian Ocean region guided by, and contributing to, the realisation of the 2030 Development Agenda (goals 8 and 10).
It is comprised of two main project components: 1. Labour Migration; and 2. Mixed Migration. The first component supports the implementation of the UN Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM) and the second one the application of the UN Global Compact on Refugees (GCR), as well as of the GCM.
Regional Economic Communities (RECs) are key stakeholders in SAMM’s implementation. One of SAMM’s key project priorities is to support the formulation and realisation of International Labour Migration and Mixed Migration Frameworks of: i) the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), ii) the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and; iii) the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC).
The project focuses on the Southern African Region, and targets the following 16 SADC countries: Angola, Botswana, Comoros, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Eswatini, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Against this background, the SAMM project intends to develop a Website, which is part of the Communications and Visibility plan of the project. The Overall objective of the Communications and Visibility Plan is to contribute to the effective implementation of the “Strengthening Institutional Mechanisms for Migration Management in the Southern Africa Region”. This work will ensure that information regarding the programme such as its objectives, results and achievements is accurately presented and effectively disseminated to the stakeholders and appropriate audiences in a timely manner.
According to the EU Communication and visibility plan for the SAMM project, the four UN agencies (ILO, IOM, UNODC & UNHCR) will strive to increase awareness on the need to establish and strengthen comprehensive and holistic migration management systems in the Southern Africa Region. The SAMM website will serve as tool to jointly communicate and increase awareness on the discourse of migration management in the Southern Africa Region. This is also highlighted in SADC’s Labour Migration Policy Framework, 2013. Its overall objective is to develop a harmonized regional policy framework to regulate labour migration within SADC that benefits sending and receiving countries, protects the rights of migrant workers, contributes to equitable and just development in the region, and builds on principles of mutual respect and cooperation.”
Output 1.4 of the framework is to ensure SADC citizens are informed and sensitized on labour migration policies in SADC through:
1.4 a) Communicating achievements of Action Plan to broader public
1.4 b) Support Member states in their communication efforts (sensitization campaigns to benefits of labour migration)
2. Objectives and Outputs
The objective of the terms of reference is to develop a creative and engaging SAMM explaine[OS1] r video. The video will be used as promotional material for the SAMM project, shared on social media, in workshops and other platforms where the project is covered. This is critical for visibility of the project under terms of the agreement with the EU.
The Consultant is therefore, expected to work with speed and precision in developing a creative, well-edited and engaging SAMM explainer video. The Consultant will be provided with all SAMM and partner logos needed and will work under the direction of ILO specialists and experts.
i) Length/Duration of the video
ii) Script writing
· The consultant will be provided with the outline of the SAMM project which includes all objectives, thematic areas covered and outputs for the project to use as a guide to write the script for the video
· The script must be engaging, concise and capture what the SAMM project seeks to achieve in the next 4 years.
· Clear images/shots
· Footage should be shot in HD 1920×1080 25 or 30P, landscape framing, with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Make sure any background noise is not too high so the person’s/narration voice can be clearly heard. If available, please use an external microphone such as a lapel mic or directional mic
· Translate the video in French and Portuguese
3. Qualifications and Experience Required
Education: Qualification in video production or related field
Experience: Script writing, filming and video editing. Knowledge and experience in using video shooting and editing software, (Premium Pro, Final cut etc.)
Languages: Excellent command of English, French and Portuguese. The latter two languages will be required to revise the translation of the video.
4. Terms of Contract for Consultant
The service provider will be responsible for all expected outputs mentioned in the terms of reference.
Fees will be determined depending on the work experience of the consultant, and will range between a daily fee of 200 to 210 USD.
5. Timeline and payment breakdown
The consultant will work for 30 working days.
Starting date: 1st April, 2021
End date: 14th May 2021
Total agreed consultant(s)’ fees represent__ US dollars based on a daily fee of $/day for 30 days.
Payments will be disbursed as follows:
ü 20% of the total or ____US dollars upon the completion of an initial work plan/website outline structure to the satisfaction of the ILO, no later than __***, 2021.
ü 40% of the total or *US dollars upon a draft website for review by SAMM team and partners, no later than **, 2021**.
ü 40% of the total or __ US dollars upon the submission of a finalized and approved website by the SAMM team and partners, no later than _, 2021**.
6. Supervision and Reporting
The service provider will report to Ms Makungu Baloyi, Communications Officer of the Southern Africa Migration Management (SAMM) project, as well as Ms. Gloria Moreno-Fontes, Chief Technical Advisor.
The ILO will liaise with the IOM, UNHCR and UNODC and be in charge of the overall supervision for incorporating inputs and comments and validation of the work.
How to apply
Applicants should send by 28th March, 2021 to the International Labour Organization (email@example.com) and copying: firstname.lastname@example.org their CV/resume, cover letter, three latest links to project videos they have produced.
Applicants should mention daily-expected rate.