Communications and Advocacy Package for Hepatitis x Liver Cancer 2021 

Communications and Advocacy Package for Hepatitis x Liver Cancer 2021

Communications and advocacy package for hepatitis x liver cancer 2021

Communications and advocacy package for hepatitis x liver cancer 2021

Reference:WPRO/2020-12/DDC_HSI/TN119527/lal
Beneficiary country(ies):Philippines
Registration level:Basic
Published on:14-Dec-2020
Deadline on:24-Dec-2020 23:59 (GMT 8.00) Beijing, Perth, Singapore, Hong Kong

Background

Hepatitis is a liver inflammation caused by viral infection from five types of hepatitis viruses. Chronic hepatitis B (HBV) and hepatitis C (HCV) are responsible for 97% of viral hepatitis-related mortality in the Western Pacific Region, for which the heavy burden accounts for an overall 40% (130 million) of the global number of people infected with HBV and HCV.

Chronic hepatitis has little to no symptoms until its advanced stages, when it progresses to cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) and liver cancer, which is the sixth leading cause of death in the Western Pacific. About 60% of liver cancer cases are attributed to chronic HBV/HCV—for which there is medicine for treatment and a cure respectively. Early testing and treatment is vital for the prevention of the progression of disease and cirrhosis and the reduction of risk for liver cancer.

This advocacy and communications package is meant to help close the gap in informational materials on the nature of hepatitis and its linkages to liver cancer. The majority of these materials will be used for World Hepatitis Day on 28 July 2021.

Purpose/Specific Objective of the Activity

As part of its ongoing advocacy, the HIV, Hepatitis and Sexually Transmitted Infections (HSI) and Management of Noncommunicable Diseases (MND) units at the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for the Western Pacific seek to contract a content creation/video production agency to support the development of an advocacy and communications package for hepatitis and liver cancer for 2021.

Method(s) to carry out the activity

The contractual partner is expected to produce the following output:

Output 1: Hepatitis B (HBV)

Deliverable 1.1: Animated educational video

  • Deliverable 1.1.1 Develop and present storyboard
  • Deliverable 1.1.2 Provide full production services, including but not limited to motion graphics production, effects, video and audio editing, and subtitles
  • Deliverable 1.1.3 Provide a selection of licensed sound track, voice talent demo reels for approval, and manage the recording of the voice narration, including an option to re-record the voiceover
  • Deliverable 1.1.4 Ensure that all revisions requested by WHO are accurately addressed, and see the draft through to completion, including final WHO clearances
  • Deliverable 1.1.5.1 Submit the final video in both high-and low-resolution formats in an external hard drive
  • Deliverable 1.1.5.2 Hand over the full package of project files, including layered/editable video project files, audio and graphics files, including all relevant file links and fonts, with proper labels

Deliverable 1.2: GIFs

  • Deliverable 1.2.1 Based on the visual peg for the videos, develop a series of GIFs for social media
  • Deliverable 1.2.2 Ensure that all revisions requested by WHO are accurately addressed, and see the draft through to completion, including final WHO clearances
  • Deliverable 1.2.3 Hand over the full package of project files, including layered/editable graphics files, as well as all relevant file links and fonts, with proper labels

Deliverable 1.3: Infographics

  • Deliverable 1.3.1 Based on data provided, conceptualize and produce a series of infographics (for web and print) that effectively communicates necessary information to the general public
  • Deliverable 1.3.2 Ensure that all revisions requested by WHO are accurately addressed, and see the draft through to completion, including final WHO clearances
  • Deliverable 1.3.3 Hand over the full package of project files, including layered/editable graphics files, as well as all relevant file links and fonts, with proper labels

Output 2: Hepatitis C (HCV)

Deliverable 2.1: Animated educational video

  • Deliverable 2.1.1 Develop and present storyboard
  • Deliverable 2.1.2 Provide full production services, including but not limited to motion graphics production, effects, video and audio editing, and subtitles
  • Deliverable 2.1.3 Provide a selection of licensed sound track, voice talent demo reels for approval, and manage the recording of the voice narration, including an option to re-record the voiceover
  • Deliverable 2.1.4 Ensure that all revisions requested by WHO are accurately addressed, and see the draft through to completion, including final WHO clearances
  • Deliverable 2.1.5.1 Submit the final video in both high-and low-resolution formats in an external hard drive
  • Deliverable 2.1.5.2 Hand over the full package of project files, including layered/editable video project files, audio and graphics files, including all relevant file links and fonts, with proper labels

Deliverable 2.2: GIFs

  • Deliverable 2.2.1 Based on the visual peg for the videos, develop a series of GIFs for social media
  • Deliverable 2.2.2 Ensure that all revisions requested by WHO are accurately addressed, and see the draft through to completion, including final WHO clearances
  • Deliverable 2.2.3 Hand over the full package of project files, including layered/editable graphics files, as well as all relevant file links and fonts, with proper labels

Deliverable 2.3: Infographics

  • Deliverable 2.1.1 Based on data provided, conceptualize and produce a series of infographics (for web and print) that effectively communicates necessary information to the general public
  • Deliverable 2.1.2 Ensure that all revisions requested by WHO are accurately addressed, and see the draft through to completion, including final WHO clearances
  • Deliverable 2.1.3 Hand over the full package of project files, including layered/editable graphics files, as well as all relevant file links and fonts, with proper labels

Restrictions

Without the prior written agreement of WHO, the contractual partner and its related companies shall not in any statement or material of a promotional nature (including in company websites, credentials, client listings and communications addressed to prospective clients) refer to the relationship of the parties under this Agreement, or to the relation of the contractual partner and its related companies to the Campaign. In no event shall the contractual partner and its related companies furthermore be entitled to use the name, acronym and/or emblem of WHO, without WHO’s prior written agreement. Upon turnover of final material, copyright reverts to WHO with all the corresponding rights.

Note: A timeline of deliverables to be submitted during and after the period of the assignment will be provided.

Start date: as soon as possible

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Qualifications/Experience

  • Production team with at least 5 years of experience;
  • In-house video production team preferably with equipment and crew is advantage;
  • Experience in advertising, visual arts, branding, marketing and multimedia communications, with ability to think outside the box;
  • Previous experience working with an international organization is an advantage;
  • Previous experience with documentary filmmaking is an advantage; and
  • Must observe the highest professional ethical standards in keeping with WHO’s ideals and core messages.

Languages:

  • English
  • Ability to provide alternative language (translation) is considered an advantage. WHO may also assist with translations according to its rules and regulations.

Competencies

  • Fostering integration and teamwork
  • Communicating in a credible and effective way
  • Producing results

APPLICATIONS

  • Qualified and interested specialists should submit their CV {for individual contractors} and Expression of Interest {cover letter} to the Supply Officer through WP RO UNGM at < wproungm@who.int > by 24 December 2020

The cover letter should outline how their experience and qualifications make them a suitable candidate for this position and should include their proposed daily fee and availability.

Please use Tender Notice No. 119527 as subject to all submission. Only successful candidates will be contacted.

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