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The Rwanda Men Resource Centre (RWAMREC) is a Rwandan non-governmental organization, working to promote gender equality, and positive masculinities and engaging men to eliminate all forms of men’s violence against women and children.

The vision of RWAMREC is a Rwandan peaceful society where women and men share roles and responsibilities of raising families and governing society in equality and respect of human rights.

RWAMREC’s distinctive and innovative mission is to promote gender equality through the

reconstruction of a non-violent identity of men, the adoption of healthy masculine behaviors and men’s empowerment to be positive and supportive partners, role models for other men and change agents in promoting healthy families and women’s socio-economic development, eradication of sexual and gender-based violence, positive fatherhood and men’s health in Rwanda. As part of the Generation Gender coalition in Rwanda, RWAMREC collaborates with partners to advocate for gender justice and empower youth and civil society organizations.

Context and justification

The Generation Gender program aims to foster gender justice across seven countries, including Rwanda. In Rwanda, the coalition, comprising RWAMREC, the Health Development Initiative (HDI), and the African Youth and Adolescents Network on Population and Development – Rwanda Chapter (AfriYAN Rwanda), works to address gender inequality and combat genderbased violence (GBV).

Our advocacy focuses on four key areas: engaging men in promoting gender equality, combating sexual harassment, advocating for LGBTIQ rights, and addressing harmful cultural practices.

Creating four impactful visual stories that address the coalition's four advocacy priorities serves as a powerful tool for concise yet emotionally resonant messaging. These stories have the potential to ignite engagement and stimulate discussions on the platforms of the Gen G Rwanda coalition.

At this end, RWAMREC would like to recruit a qualified consultancy firm or individual

consultants to produce four visual impact stories documenting the progress of Generation G


Overall objective

The consultancy seeks to produce four visual impact stories aligned with Generation G Rwanda's advocacy priorities. These stories aim to showcase project achievements, raise awareness, and support evidence-based advocacy.

Specific objectives:

● Document visual impact stories highlighting success stories in each advocacy priority.

● Capture interviews and testimonies illustrating project impacts and changes at the

grassroots level.

● Cover project events and produce raw footage and photographs.

Scope of the work

The consultancy involves documenting visual impact stories and best practices through trained and non-trained young individuals. The tasks include collecting achievements, conducting interviews, and producing four visual impact stories with subtitles in English.

Tasks of the consultants

● Meeting with GenG team for an introductory meeting

● Shoot achievements and success stories from project interventions.

● In coordination with Gen G communication staff, film interviews with various

stakeholders, including trained youth, community leaders, and impacted individuals.

● Produce four visual impact stories in Kinyarwanda with English subtitles, each not

exceeding five minutes.


● Interview selected interviewees for the visual impact stories who will include trained youth,

artists, community leaders and non-trained youth, and other individuals impacted by the


● Visit the project sites and collect interviews on the positive impacts of the program on

aligning with the advocacy areas.

● Coordinate with the coalition communication to develop the visual impact stories scripts and storyboard to be used in the stories;

● Perform appropriate video filming and shoot interviews with the Projects’ major

beneficiaries and stakeholders.

● The videos should have subtitles translated in English.

● Each impact story video shall not exceed 5 minutes.


● Visual impact story scripts and storyboards to be used in the videos;

● 4 copies of the visual impact stories (not exceeding 5 minutes each) in Kinyarwanda with

subtitles in English.

● Provide all raw footages acquired during the shooting of all 4 visual impact stories video

● Production of still photographs on covered events

Requirements and qualifications

a) Requirements

● Having at least 3 certificates of good completion in the production of documentary films

● Having at least 3 samples of previously completed documentaries in non-profit organizations, CSOs or social enterprises.

b) Qualifications for required experts

The following qualifications and experience are required:

● Have at least a Bachelor’s degree in communication, journalism or arts;

● At least 3 years work experience in producing documentary films;

● Have a good work experience background in communication and gender equality or Sexual and Gender-Based violence;

● Strong knowledge of information digitalization or documentation of activities nationally

(and globally is an advantage);

● Ability to cover project interventions selected for these visual stories and events, shoot on

the field, edit and record them for documentary film and articles;

Evaluation criteria

Criteria Score

1 Methodology 30

2 Work plan 10

3 Qualification and skills 30

4 Financial proposal 30

Total 100


Production of four impact stories will occur throughout the year, divided based on included


Procedures for submission of proposals

The candidates are encouraged to submit the following documents, not later than 17th April 2024 at 4:00 pm local time: technical proposal outlining an indicative methodology, timeline, and delivery dates; financial proposal; detailed CVs, including 2 references, and samples of a similar work done for a previous assignment.

Applications should be addressed to the RWAMREC Executive Director at the following address: YYUSSA PLAZA Kimironko Tel-Cellular: +250 788315140; E-mail:

Late bids will not be accepted.

Done at Kigali, On Apr 4, 2024


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