The Global Financing Facility is a country-driven partnership that aims to accelerate efforts to end preventable maternal, newborn, child and adolescent deaths and improve the health and quality of life of women, adolescents and children. The GFF seeks to support countries with an integrated health system approach that looks for the best solutions for better women, children and adolescents’ health and nutrition outcomes.
The GFF acts as a pathfinder in a new era of financing for development by pioneering a model that shifts away from focusing solely on official development assistance to an approach that combines getting more results from existing resources and increasing the total volume of financing from: domestic resources, IDA and IBRD financing, aligned external financing and private sector resources. The GFF aims to close the resource gap for reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) by 2030 through these multiple sources of financing. The GFF will achieve this by mobilizing additional funding through the combination of grants from a dedicated multi-donor trust fund (the GFF Trust Fund), financing from International Development Association (IDA) and International Bank of Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), and the crowding-in of additional domestic and external resources. The GFF also leverages the private sector expertise of the International Finance Corporation, the World Bank Group’s private sector arm, to attract private sector resources to priority investment areas.
The GFF secretariat works in partnership with the GFF Investors Group partners to deliver on the GFF objectives under country leadership. This includes working with countries to develop quality investment cases with strong monitoring and evaluation frameworks and implementation plans, managing the GFF trust fund, providing technical assistance to regional teams and support to the GFF Investors Group, the governance mechanism for the GFF. The secretariat is based at the World Bank, situated in the HNP Global Practice.
OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTANCY
The GFF Secretariat is seeking an online communications and social media producer short-term consultant (STC) to work on the development of online communications content in French, as well as provide support for general French-language communications. The work will include but is not limited to developing, adapting, translating, posting and monitoring strategic social media content in French; supporting the production of French-language content for the website and the monthly newsletter, and to share with partners; and ensuring some quality control of French-language products and correspondence. The online communications and social media producer STC will play an important role in strategic communications efforts contributing to the success of the GFF communications and advocacy strategy, as well as to demonstrate the WBG’s transformational leadership in fragile and conflict-affected contexts. The short-term consultant will report to the GFF communications lead.
DURATION OF CONSULTANCY
The initial consultancy is for up to 150 days through June 30, 2020, with an expected start date of July 15, 2019.
DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Social Media, Online Content Production
Additional Communications Support
Monday, June 17, 2019
|Application Deadline:||Sunday, June 30, 2019|