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Produce a short promotional Film for a Crowd Funding Campaign to fight GBV

Morobe Development Foundation Inc.

21 Jan 2019 Apply now Share
21 Jan 2019 Apply now Share
Task
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Morobe Development Foundation Inc is looking for a volunteer who has knowledge in film making. The volunteer will be collaborating with the Foundations contact person to write and produce a short promotional film to aid its crowd funding campaign. Details of the task will be communicated to the volunteer through email while other social media channels may be utilized as well too ensure the task is carried out diligently until the proposal before the campaign comes out live in March 2019
Project development and management
Arts, music, photography and film
The killing of women accused of sorcery is a big issue in Papua New Guinea with hundreds of women being tortured and killed and the United Nations and other International Body's have raised concerned and are doing everything possible to eradicate the problem. Women, girls and even young children are becoming victims and mots of the cases are not reported in the media because of the isolation of many villagers with not government services reaching the communities concerned. The campaign will assist the organisation attain its goal to fight sorcery violence, GBV and address other social issues in Papua New Guinea.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 12 weeks
The volunteer must be creative, innovative and able to work with people of different background and culture. Extensive knowledge of women rights and violence against women is required. The candidate we are looking for must have the right qualification and experience in proposal writing in the areas of film making and production on human or women rights. He or she must be gender conscious and can work along well with people of different culture, language and background.
Papua New Guinea
English

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