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Producing and designing communications material for UNDP's ICRRP

UNDP Iraq Crisis Response and Resilience Programme ICRRP

16 May 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
16 May 2018 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
UNDP is in need of 2 volunteers with significant writing and graphic design skills to produce the following communications materials: 1. ICRRP Presentation (PPT format, including photos and info graphics) 2. ICRRP Annual Report 2017 3. Info-sheet 4. 2- page strategy document 5. Success Stories Booklet The selected volunteers will be provided with relevant draft text/photos/data. Coordination and follow-up with UNDP Iraq will be ensured through email or Skype calls. The volunteers should expect additional feedback and revision by UNDP as needed to ensure its corporate guidelines are followed. The volunteers will be asked to share previous samples of reports or brochures designed, and must be able to complete a first draft within 7 days. The volunteers will be given feedback within 1-2 days. Ownership and copyright of the products rest with UNDP.
Writing and editing
Public information and reporting
In response to crisis in Iraq, UNDP developed the Iraq Crisis Response and Resilience Programe (ICRRP) to help people restore and rebuild their lives. The Programme adopts an integrated approach, through immediate and long-term projects, targeting IDPs, Syrian refugees, returnees and host communities, and places emphasis on youth, gender and women’s empowerment. Its focus areas are: 1. to improve crisis response coordination, processes and management; 2. to improve local access to basic services and institutional delivery and accountability for those services; 3. to improve livelihood opportunities particularly for communities with IDPs and refugees; 4. to protect vulnerable communities, specifically women and youth, who are at risk of Sexual and Gender Based Violence; 5. to strengthen social cohesion and reconciliation through dialogue, peace education and capacity building of local communities. The communications materials produced under this assignment will be shared with partners, donors, and the general public. They will contribute to enhancing visibility of the Programme and will also serve as strategic tools for resource mobilization efforts.
Volunteers: 2 needed
11-20 hours per week / 2 weeks
Excellent writing and editing skills (native English skills). Highly proficient in design software, such as Illustrator. Proven track record in the production of info graphics. Previous experience in writing/designing reports for UN/UNDP is a plus.

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