Care Ethiopia: Terms of Reference for Preparation of Short Videos to Create Awareness of Workplace Sexual Harassment Exploitation and Abuse for Trainees Working in Four Factories at Hawassa


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Care Ethiopia

Terms of Reference: Preparation of Short Videos to Create Awareness of Workplace Sexual

Harassment Exploitation and Abuse for Trainees Working in Four Factories at Hawassa


1. 1. About CARE Ethiopia

Founded in 1945, CARE is a leading international humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. CARE started working in Ethiopia in 1984 in response to severe drought and famine. The main focus of our work is addressing the root causes of poverty and vulnerability through nexus and development programming as well as a humanitarian response. This includes programming for improved governance; water and sanitation; food security; women's economic justice; sexual and reproductive health and rights; nutrition; and household and community-level resilience. Our programs are implemented across both rural and urban areas. CARE Ethiopia works in multiple sectors including the following priorities: Food Security; Livelihoods & Resilience; Nutrition; Water, Sanitation & Hygiene; Humanitarian Response; Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights; Women's Economic Justice; Dignified Work. CARE's operation spans the majority of the country: Afar, Amhara, Oromia, SNNP, Sidama, Somali, Tigray, Addis Ababa, and Dire Dawa.

2. Background and Objectives

Sexual harassment is a global issue, and it knows no borders. It is a human rights violation rooted in unequal power and gender relations and disproportionately affecting women and girls.

CARE Ethiopia recently developed the STOP project to be implemented in Hawassa, targeting four factories. The goal of the STOP activities is to build a factory environment free from sexual harassment, exploitation, and abuse, and establish strong referral services to external service providers for GBV support and mitigation inside and outside the factory.

The project aims to achieve the following objectives.

  • To develop a strong workplace anti-sexual harassment, exploitation, and abuse policy that define expected workplace behavior, reporting, and complaint mechanisms, and sanctions and punishments for incidents.
  • To build the capacity of targeted factory management on workers' needs and rights, increase positive attitude and behavior, communicate the benefits of investment in workers' welfare, and ensure they are responsive and accountable for creating a women-friendly work environment.

2. Purpose of the ToR

This ToR is prepared to find a video production firm that can produce an HD (high definition) quality awareness creation short video on workplace sexual harassment, exploitation, and abuse to be used as training materials for the STOP project.

CARE would like to hire a qualified video/film production firm with relevant experience to deliver the activities stated in this TOR.

The Deadline to submit the proposal is Jan 4, 2023. All applications clearly marked as "STOP project, Short Video Production Service" and submit both technical and financial proposals in a separate sealed envelope as per the Term of Reference (ToR) in-person to CARE Ethiopia, Procurement Unit, Addis Ababa, around 22 Mazoria, behind Lex Plaza building, next to Ha'Geez  Cultural Restaurant.

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CARE reserves the right to reject all non-responsive or otherwise unacceptable proposals.



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