The EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI) announces the selection of a consultant to build capacity of the the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Communications and Information Policy Unit and to inform the stakeholders and public about the important developments and possibilities for cooperation, raise awareness of target groups and increase the impact of the NACP in prevention of corruption in Ukraine.
The main objective of the technical support to be provided to the NACP within this engagement is to build capacity of the Communications and Information Policy Unit This support will strengthen the ability of the National Agency to inform the stakeholders and public about the important developments and possibilities for cooperation, raise awareness of target groups and increase the impact of the NACP in prevention of corruption in Ukraine.
Scope of work
In cooperation with the EUACI, provision of support to National Agency’s strategic communications in development of the communication plans in accordance with the NACP’s Communications Strategy for effective coverage of the following topics:
In accordance with the NACP’s Communications Strategy, provided recommendations and developed three plans on effective communication for relevant stakeholders of the following NACP initiatives:
The period of implementation of the contract will be 12 months, with the duration of 120 working days. The intended commencement date is the date of signature of the contract with the consultant.
Monitoring and evaluation
Definition of indicators
The performance of the contractor will be judged upon reaching the purpose of this contract as well as obtaining its results, as indicated in the sections “Objective” and “Expected Deliverables” herein respectively. Moreover, the performance of the contractors will be judged upon successful implementation of all the specific activities indicated above.
By signing the contract, the contractors agree to hold in trust and confidence any information or documents (“confidential information”), disclosed to the contractors or discovered by the contractors or prepared by the contractors in the course of or as a result of the implementation of the contract, and agrees that it shall be used only for the purposes of the contract implementation and shall not be disclosed to any third party.
The contractor reports to the EUACI. The contractor shall be briefed prior to starting with the assignment. The contractor shall de-brief the EUACI prior to finalizing the assignment.
The contractor shall immediately inform the EUACI after 50% and again after 75% use of the overall foreseen working days under this contract.
Cross-cutting issues (integration of the youth, equal opportunities)
The project will be implemented ensuring equal opportunities for men and women and integration of the youth.
HOW TO APPLY
Deadline for submitting the proposals is 29 October 2021, 18:00 Kyiv time.
The proposal shall include an expert’s CV, three examples of press releases or posts or produced news, financial information/budget for the assignment with an indication of days and fees, motivation letter and should be submitted within the above deadline to email@example.com with CC to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject NACP Communication Consultant.
Bidding language: English.
Supporting anti-corruption efforts in Ukraine is a high political priority for the European Union. By combating corruption, the EU contributes to the consolidation of democracy and economic growth of Ukraine, as well as successful approximation of Ukraine with the EU.
Based on the significant results of the joint Danish and EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI) in Phase I 2017-2020, Denmark and the EU engaged in a second phase of the programme aimed at sustaining existing results and further expanding the support to newly established institutions, support to municipalities, civil society, media and the business sector. EUACI Phase II builds on the Ukrainian anti-corruption reform agenda and is intended for implementation on 24 May 2020 – 8 July 2024.
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