[Call for Proposals] Photography service to capture the project impact

Driven by the vision that everyone has a decent place to live, Habitat for Humanity International began in the United States in 1976 as a grassroots effort. Habitat for Humanity now works in 1,400 communities across the U.S. and in nearly 70 countries and has helped 6.8 million people achieve strength, stability, and independence through safe, decent, and affordable shelter.

Habitat for Humanity has been working in Vietnam since 2001. For 22 years, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (Habitat Vietnam) has been delivering a holistic approach to housing by supporting and empowering communities to take ownership in improving their living conditions and enabling them to have improved well-being, affordability, access to basic housing-related services, climate change resilience and self-reliance.

Habitat for Humanity International is an equal opportunity organization and committed to safeguarding. We pay high attention to the safeguarding of stakeholders in our operations.

1. General information With support from Habitat for Humanity Canada, Habitat for Humanity Vietnam (Habitat Vietnam) has been carrying out a three-year project in Thai Nguyen and Lao Cai Province which contributes to the improved living conditions and settlements for ethnic minority communities and reducing vulnerabilities to inadequate housing and exposure to health and environmental risks.

Project’s outcomes:

  1. Improved living conditions of ethnic minority groups
  2. Reduced health risks from hazardous materials and household practices
  3. Improved communal facilities and services
  4. Vulnerable ethnic minorities can respond to disaster risks and climate shocks by being involved in decision-making and managing disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation/ mitigation plans for their own communities.

Habitat Vietnam is looking for a consultant/service provider to take quality photos of the project’s homeowners to highlight its impact.

2. Objective of service

 

The objective of this service package is to take photos of and write brief impact stories in English about 05 supported families, PASSA groups, and public facilities such as communal houses or water facilities. The photos focus on highlighting the project’s impact on the target communities.
3. Scope of work, Description of service The service provider will execute the following work:

  • Work with Habitat Vietnam to develop the shooting concept
  • Travel to the project sites to capture photos and write impact stories
4. Period of service/ Plan to implement 10 days of October to November  2023 (07 days working on the fields, 03 days preparing impact stories/ reports and other relevant activities
5. Location Thai Nguyen and Lao Cai provinces
6. Outcome of service For each province, the service provider will deliver:

  • 10 high-quality, edited photos for each family, approved by Habitat Vietnam
  • 05 short impact stories (01 story for each family)
  • 05 high-quality, edited photos of public facilities: community houses, water facilities (capturing beneficiaries using the facilities)
  • 05 high-quality, edited photos of the PASSA groups and their community-led initiatives
7. Requirements/ Selection criteria
  • Proven experience in professional photography
  • Experience in shooting photos and writing impact case studies for development projects, preferably in Northern Vietnam
  • Demonstration of the professional equipment to support the work
8. How to apply Please send your portfolio and proposed fee for the entire service package to procurement@habitatvietnam.org with the subject “Photography Service to Capture The Project Impact”.

The deadline for application is August 20 2023. We regret that only applicants shortlisted for interviews will be contacted.

9. Reference check requirement N/A
10. Criminal record requirement N/A



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