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[Himalayan Innovations] Social Media Marketing Plan Mapping and Content Development

UNDP BRH Youth Team (Youth Co:Lab)

28 Jul 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
28 Jul 2020 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
We are looking for experienced and creative online volunteers to support the development of our social media marketing plan by starting with content development on our deliveries and small hold farmers profile based on details provided by us. To this end, online volunteers will be responsible for structuring the social media marketing plan based on key objectives and expected results, as well as creating social media content and other materials for our Facebook page ( and website. We will provide the necessary materials to support the volunteers along the way.
Outreach and advocacy
Other information and telecommunications technology experience
The “Gaunbata Sanjal” is a collective platform aims to solve primarily two pertinent issue plaguing rural Nepal, especially among women smallholder farmers: 1. Access to urban market to sell high value agricultural products, 2. Access to meaningful finance i.e, Loans, donation, funding, investments. The primer product of Gaubata Sanjal is a "Daalo" meaning bamboo basket filled with artisanal local produces of smallhold women farmers. Gaunbata Sanjal will use artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain technology to optimize the supply chain from the villages to the cities, while having clear records on the provenance of the products. Social media and marketing are something we were struggling with particularly post covid where we are being contacted by more small hold women farmers willing to join Gaunbata Network. Thus we are looking for volunteers to help us create bigger impact.
Volunteers: 2 needed
1-5 hours per week / 6 weeks
Experienced in social media campaign planning and execution; Had experience in content development such as post writing, poster designing and infographics for social media and marketing; Knowledge on working with grassroots communities especially farmers is an asset; Knowledge on the agriculture industry in Nepal is an asset.

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