Call for Proposals: Voter and civic education campaign

Jun 5, 2020

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) are launching three calls for proposals to support the Central Committee for Municipal Council Elections (CCMCE) to run a comprehensive voter and civic education campaign to improve Libyan citizens’ knowledge about municipal elections and the role of municipal councils, as well as to encourage voters to register and participate in upcoming local elections.

Location: Misrata
Submission deadline: 21 June 2020
Starting date: 10 July 2020
Grant Amount: 10,000 to 40,000 LYD
Project timeline: From one month up to four months, with possibility of extension.  

Location: Al Sharqiya, Ghat, Kikla, Tragan, and Qatron
Submission deadline: 21 June 2020
Starting date: 10 July 2020
Grant Amount: 10,000 to 40,000 LYD
Project timeline: From one month up to four months, with possibility of extension.  

Locations: Al Haraba, Al Khoms, Al Zawiya South, Gaser Al Akhiyar, Jadu, Kabaw, Mesallata, Sabratha, Surman, and Zliten
Submission deadline: 21 June 2020
Starting date: 10 July 2020
Grant Amount: 10,000 to 40,000 LYD
Project timeline: From one month up to four months, with possibility of extension.  

The overall objective of this grant is to strengthen the Libyan democratic process through raising awareness on the significance of electoral processes among Libyan voters and increase their participation in municipal council elections. Project awareness and knowledge campaign/ proposals should be innovative and attractive and must take into account the current context of COVID-19 and applicable preventive and precautionary measures. That means integrating public health protective and precautionary messages and instructions for the prevention of the infection. The proposed campaigns can include the use of local dialects for written texts and songs. Projects should target voters directly, communicate with them, monitor reactions to messages related to the electoral process and the role of municipal councils, as well write suggestions and recommendations for each activity based on interaction with targeted audience.

All types of activities whose implementation requires direct communication with citizens or that may cause mass gatherings, or the distribution of posters or brochures to citizens must be avoided. Some examples for eligible awareness campaign activities in the context of COVID-19 include:

  • Media campaigns (Radio, Broadcast, TV & social media campaigns);
  • Live streaming through social media;
  • Short video/animation (30 - 90 seconds), short films (1 – 2 minutes);
  • Special designs for social media;
  • Stickers for streets;
  • Billboards;
  • Composing posts for social media and SMS messages;
  • Stand-up Comedy shows (Video)

Proposals with supporting documents, should be submitted by Sunday 21 June 2020, 11.00 p.m. EET, to procurement.ly@undp.org.

For questions or queries related to submissions for this Call for Proposals, please e-mail procurement.ly@undp.org. Questions must be submitted no later than 18 June 2020.

You are welcome to apply for one or more locations mentioned in this Call for Proposals.

For detailed information download the Terms of References.

Download also the Templates that need to be filled out and submitted to apply.

 

 

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