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Consultancy: Freelance Photography

Are you a young feminist or gender advocate with exceptional photography skills and passionate about girls and young women? Do you have experience in producing advocacy/development work related photography? We have an opportunity for you!

About the role

We are looking for a photography consultant, preferably a young feminist or gender advocate, to produce a series of photographs that captures the essence, spirit and work of the She Leads Programme, particularly the youth advocates. In close consultation with TdH NL’s communication team and the Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda county office teams, the consultant will be required to work closely with the She Leads team as follows:

  • Plan and execute photography shoots on location during two days, to capture events, specific activities as well as to generate generic images. A country specific briefing will be available pre-production, though creative input of the photographer is expected,  specifically on how to capture the non-tangible concept of ‘advocacy’ into tangible images with strong communicative power. All photography should be digital, using professional quality equipment. All images should radiate the principles of the She Leads programme.
  • Conduct post-production of all materials in full compliance with TdH NL’s and She Leads quality standards and (where applicable) branding guidelines. 

How to apply

Interested applicants are advised to take note of the terms of reference, which can be downloaded by clicking on the button below. Please submit your Expression of Interest on or by 7th August 2022. Indicate which country you are applying for (Ethiopia, Kenya or Uganda). The application email subject should be: ¨Consultancy: Freelance Photography for She Leads Programme - (name of country)".For more information about this position,  please contact us through the same email address.

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