WEB DESIGN OF COVID19 TIMELINE
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The International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) is a global coalition of PLHIV and community activists working to achieve universal access to optimal HIV, HCV and TB treatment for those in need. Formed in 2003 by a group of 125 HIV activists from 65 countries at a meeting in Cape Town, ITPC actively advocates for treatment access in eight regions across the globe. ITPC believes that the fight for treatment remains one of the most significant global social justice issues. Our Make Medicines Affordable campaign works to bring down the price of HIV, TB, Hepatitis C and potential Covid-19 medicines, specifically in middle-income countries (MICs).
ITPC has developed a toolkit on COVID-19to give strategic information to communities and activists with regards to testing, treatment and vaccination. The objective is to give activists the right tools and information to know which health products to fight for and how. The toolkit contains a timeline retracing the main events and breakthroughs since the apparition of Covid-19. We intend to produce a web version of this timeline for our Make Medicines Affordable website.
Consultant Scope of Work
ITPC is seeking a web designer to design, set up and update an online version of a timeline on Covid-19 - of approximately 8500 words. A pdf graphic design of the whole toolkit and timeline is already being produced, therefore the web version will need to be aligned with the existing version and ITPC Branding Guide.
Duration of Consultancy
1st October - 31 August 2021 with an estimate of 15 days for the design and set up of the microsite followed by monthly updates.
ITPC is seeking a web graphic designer to design, set up and update an online Covid-19 timeline.
Education & Experience Requirements
3-4 years of experience in graphic design of toolkits and manuals
Experience in web design
Experience working on productions with NGOs is a plus
Quality of previous works shall be taken into account when selecting the consultant.
Applicants are invited to submit a proposal with a work calendar and daily rate for this work. A first payment will take place at the signing of the contract and payments will then be proceeded on a monthly basis. Total amount of day shall not exceed 15 days for the design and set up of the microsite, followed by monthly updates until August 2021.**
How to apply:
Send Curriculum Vitae with description of work (NO phone calls please):
Send resume with cover letter and examples of previous works & financial proposal and calendar to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Covid19 timeline web-design: Your Name” by 2nd October 2020.
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