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Graphic Design and layout for 2018-2022 UNDAF

UN Resident Coordinator's Office Nepal

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Art and design
Web and graphic design
Volunteers: 1 needed
20+ hours per week / 2 weeks
Nepal
English
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Requirements
The online volunteer is expected to do the graphic design for a printable end-product. The final document will be shared in Word format with the online volunteer, together with several folders of pre-selected photos to be included. Starting date of the designing work should be as soon as possible, but not later than 6th December and the work should be completed by mid-December 2017 the latest. The document comprises 55 pages in total.We will support the online volunteer remotely. All materials including the UNDAF and pictures will be shared through an online storage (i.e. Google drive). Daily communication will be done through Skype. In the beginning of the assignment, we will organize a Skype meeting with the online volunteer to agree on the idea of the report designing. The volunteer will receive due credit on the final product.
On 1st September 2017, the 2018-2022 United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for Nepal was signed. The UNDAF lays out the development strategy for the UN Country Team in Nepal for the next five years, involving 26 individual UN agencies. At the core of the UNDAF 2018-2022 are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as the Government of Nepal’s Fourteenth Plan. After the completion of the design work, the report will be printed and distributed as well as published on the United Nations Country Team website for wider audiences. The UNDAF focuses on the following four outcomes: 1. Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Growth; 2. Social Development; 3. Resilience, Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change; and 4. Governance, Rule of Law and Human Rights.
Minimum of 3 years of demonstrated experience in graphic design, especially in publication designing (i.e. promotional materials). Excellent graphic design and layout skills, creativity, attention to detail, with proficiency in MS Office, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, GIMP, In-design or other relevant systems/tools. Applicants should upload their CV and provide links to and/or examples of their design work.

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