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Design 30-90 sec. animations on issues affecting children

UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Communication Section

04 Dec 2018 Apply now Share
04 Dec 2018 Apply now Share
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We seek the support of three UN Online Volunteers to design 6 short (30sec to 120second) animations on key issues affecting children. Each volunteer would be asked to complete two animations. These would include 'gender based violence'; early childhood development; quality education etc. The issue of youth entrepreneurship will also be covered. All statistics and key messages would be shared by UNICEF. The final products would then be disseminated across multiple channels including UNICEF's large social media followings and mobile communication tool Internet of Good Things. UNICEF would support on scripting and messaging. While full copyright will remain with UNICEF, Online Volunteers have the ability to gain enormous exposure of their work.
Teaching and training
Arts, music, photography and film
As part of broader efforts to raise awareness about the issues - poverty and inequality - affecting children in Africa, UNICEF ESARO is seeking volunteers to design and produce animations. Numerous studies have shown the transformative power of investments 
in essential services for children and youth. These animations will seek to raise awareness of the importance of the issue, and of investments for children!
Volunteers: 3 needed
1-5 hours per week / 8 weeks
Excellent track record in creating animations with text overlay Experience with online video campaigns Candidates should share their CVs and links to previously produced animations.
Global
English

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