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|Office:||UNDP GUINEA – GUINEA|
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00072224 – Democracy and Local Governance Program
NOTICE CONSULTANT EXPERT INTERNATIONAL
TDR’s Expert Consultant International Web Design & Graphics
|Overview:With numerous and significant advances aimed at stabilizing the macroeconomic framework, its natural and mineral wealth, and an average economic growth estimated at 5% over the period from 2016 to 2020, Guinea has taken the path of economic recovery. However, like many other countries in the subregion, the country faces major challenges in securing a promising socio-economic future for its youth.
The development of employment in Guinea still faces various major challenges for the demographic dividend to have a positive impact on the socio-economic future of its population. These difficulties are particularly felt by the youngest groups, women and vulnerable groups.
With a significant reduction in infant mortality over the last two decades, there has been a sustained population increase of 2.8%.
Socio-cultural constraints are particularly crippling for the integration of women since two thirds will be married and more than a quarter (26%) will be pregnant before reaching the age of 18, which weighs on the economic productivity of the country. and makes the insertion of these young women all the more difficult.
On the age pyramid, the population under 35 represents almost 78% of the population (77.7%). And within this group, the 15 to 35 age group represents 3.4 million Guineans, of working age and waiting for a socio-economic future. In addition, there are more than 300,000 entrants every year in the labor market.
The informal sector occupies the largest segment of the labor market in Guinea. It is estimated that the informal sector represents more than 80% of the supply of jobs in Guinea, mainly small urban or rural jobs with low added value. . It is a survival economy with little potential for individual evolution. This situation, demographic pressure, lack of socio-professional outlets for youth results in an exacerbation of expectations among the young population, a growing impatience of this same youth and a mistrust of public institutions.
To understand the well-being and development of youth in Guinea, socio-economic integration must be accompanied by a strategy to develop the full potential of young Guinean women and men. Thus, it is crucial to invest in their health, their education and their links to each other in a perspective of enhanced social cohesion, gender equality and respect for human rights. To work on all these dimensions is to ensure that the young person of today becomes, tomorrow, a responsible adult citizen, involved in the economic, political, cultural and social development of his country. It also guarantees that Guinea contributes to the establishment of a society more resilient to shocks, more egalitarian, and oriented towards a real sustainable development.
The purpose of this consultation is twofold. It should allow on the one hand to develop the visual identity (computer graphics, graphic design) of the Youthconnekt Guinea initiative and the HUB DIGITAL YouthConnekt GUINEA and, on the other hand, to develop a demo model of the platform envisaged for the to present to national and international partners, especially during the YOUTHCONNEKT SUMMIT which will take place in Kigali from 9 to 11 October 2019.
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Deadline for receipt of tenders: 11 September 2019.
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