Overview

Digital Application for Marketing Service for Young Creative

Relevant Project Result Areas

Increased access to capacity and skills development opportunities for Youth and youth-led organisations in the creative sector in East Africa.
Increased access for young creatives in East Africa to professional networks/ platforms, job and market opportunities in the creative sector locally and internationally.
Promoted intercultural dialogue and inclusion through co-production of innovative and impactful creative events and projects by and for Youth in East Africa and Europe.
Objective of the Assignment

Under the supervision of CISP Project manager, the service provider is expected to:

To provide an already running Application open to include new users.
To support in building specific pages/sections targeting the ArtXChange young creative beneficiaries.
To be open to include in the Application both well-established artists and beginners.
To allow the young creatives to have their own distribution channel in order to make direct profit for their products.
To allow both physical end digital products to be sold and promoted (paintings, jewels, songs, events, creative services such as graphic design, digital creative products, and more)
To allow the users to access capacity building and networking opportunities through the App.
To ensure the sustainability of ArtXChange objective by offering its beneficiaries trainings on how to manage the Application and monetize their products and services.
To guarantee their presence even after the project end (October 2022)
To be open and accessible from Countries in Africa and Europe both for use and purchase.
To offer interactive options to artists such as competitions, collaborations, social media access, etc.

 

MODE OF APPLICATION

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Applications should be submitted on or before 17:00 EAT 28th June 2022  All applications must include all of the following:

1. Curriculum Vitae of one of the Funders and/or Organisation Portfolio (maximum 1 page) a. The above should describe the Service provider profile, emphasising previous experience in this kind of work in Kenya and other countries.

2. Technical Proposal (max 10 pages): The technical Proposal should include: a. Proposed short narrative with approach with clear justifications, understanding of the TOR and the tasks to be accomplished highlighting the bidder has capacity to perform all aspects of the assignment and deliver the services.

About Comitato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo dei Popoli (CISP)

The International Committee for the Development of Peoples (CISP) is a non-governmental organization (NGO), founded in 1983 and its headquarters are in Rome, Italy. The principles and aims of the organization are summarized in the Declaration of Intent and Code of Conduct for Cooperation Programmes. The Declaration of Intent "For rights and against poverty: Approaches and Operational Priorities of CISP”, formulated with the contribution of all the professionals working at the Rome headquarters, as well as at our offices located in third countries, establishes the organization action plan priorities, which are built around the main objectives of the fight against poverty and social exclusion. Main activities and priority action areas CISP, through its cooperation with many local actors, both governmental and private, has been implementing humanitarian aid, rehabilitation and development projects in over 30 countries: Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Asia, and Eastern Europe. In the member countries of the European Union our organization fosters initiatives centered on cultural politics, promotion of international solidarity and enhancement of the role of diasporas in the development of their countries. Our Declaration of Intent identifies the following priority sectors: a) the right to social and economic security, meant as the progress of income opportunities, migrations, nutritional development and security; b) the right to health, water access and environmental reclamation; c) the right to a future envisioned in the light of the rights of children, adolescents, and youths and of the recovery of the environment and of natural resources; d) the right to humanitarian aid, that is to say emergency and early reconstruction interventions; e) our support to public policies promoting social cohesion and the civil society. CISP projects are always intended not only to respond to priority needs and solve real problems in the countries and areas of action, but also as means to identify, formulate or strengthen specific sectoral policies. These are two interdependent functions because the possibility that a project may inspire or strengthen a policy orientation depends on its impact, on its effectiveness and the credibility of the implementing party. In 1997 CISP founded the Cooperation and Development Network (CDN) in Pavia, Italy, in cooperation with the University of Pavia, the University Institute for Secondary Education IUSS, and two more NGOs. CISP formulates and produces publications and audiovisual materials. It also promotes all occasions for meetings and in-depth analysis in order to disseminate and inform the public on the most significant cooperation experiences.