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Consultant for Media training on Plastic topic

Posted on 05 March 2019

Consultant for Media training on Plastic topic WWF was one of the first international non-governmental organizations working in Vietnam. In 1985, WWF began working on a national conservation strategy and since then has worked closely with the Vietnamese Government on a diverse range of environmental issues and implemented field activities across the country. WWF-Vietnam is part of WWF-Greater Mekong which operates in 5 countries: Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam. Find out more at http://vietnam.panda.org/
Consultant for Media training on Plastic topic
 

WWF was one of the first international non-governmental organizations working in Vietnam. In 1985, WWF began working on a national conservation strategy and since then has worked closely with the Vietnamese Government on a diverse range of environmental issues and implemented field activities across the country. WWF-Vietnam is part of WWF-Greater Mekong which operates in 5 countries: Laos, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam. Find out more at http://vietnam.panda.org/
 
Currently, plastic pollution has emerged as one of the biggest environmental challenges of our time. About 150 million tonnes of plastic waste is in the ocean, with another eight million, added every year (Jambeck et al., 2015) and by 2050 there would be more waste than fish in the ocean (World Economic Forum, 2016) if the consumers’ perception has not shifted toward a greener style. Vietnam has ranked 4 in the top 5 countries discharged the most plastic waste into the ocean (Georgia University’s research, 2015).
 
WWF, as the leading conservation organization globally, has taken the plastic waste issue seriously. WWF has set the ambitious global target of reducing plastic leakage into the ocean by 50-100% by 2035 and WWF-Vietnam is a key part of that initiative. Therefore, to drive a nationwide perception shift within Vietnamese society on the consumption of plastic products through improved awareness and understanding of the impacts of plastics and deliver behavior change messaging and institutional change to reduce plastic inputs into the environment, a project “Building Plastic Pollution Free Communities” will be conducted under the cooperation between WWF and Prudential.
 
The project will be implemented in three (03) years from November 2018 to November 2021 at two major cities (Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City) of Vietnam. It comprises three (03) objectives, focusing on raising public awareness & actions; children education; and private sector engagement. To build public awareness and trigger behaviour changes on plastic use, a broad mix of communication activities are set to be conducted under a public communication campaign, including indirect communication (production and dissemination of communication materials) and direct communication (face to face trainings, workshops and events).

In order to engage the media in this effort of raising public awareness and action, a series of activities will be carried out, in which a media training will be one of the first activity to be implemented in the first year of the project timeline.
 
WWF-Vietnam would like to invite you to provide your professional service in designing the media training concept and materials and carry out the training as a trainer(s).
 
Details can be found in the ToR as attached.
 

How to submit your proposal
Interested candidates are invited to submit application using the subject line “Consultant for Media training – Building Plastic Pollution Free Communities”, includes:
1. Cover letter;
2. CV;
3. Financial proposal. 

to the following address:
WWF-Vietnam       
No. 6, Lane 18, Nguyen Co Thach street.
Nam Tu Liem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel:  +84 24 37193049   
Attn: Ms. Le Thi Mai Ly 
Email: wwfvietnam@wwf.org.vn
 
Deadline for submission is 17:30 on 12th March 2019, Hanoi Time. Late submission will be declared invalid. Only short-listed proposals will be contacted

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