Individual Consultancy for Documentary on Financing Immunization Advocacy Response (Fair) ProjectTerms of Reference


HFFG was established in 2001 as a national, community based, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization to facilitate and improve the health, education and socio-economic status of women, children and young people through empowerment, rights-based approaches, innovative and acceptable participatory strategies.

Past and current funding sources for HFFG’s operations include the Global Fund, USAID, Anesvad, Stop TB Partnership Geneva, UNFPA, Gavi the Vaccine Alliance through Coalition, Simavi  and UNICEF.

Our vision

A nation free of discrimination where women, children, and young people
have equal opportunities to develop their full potential.

Our Mission

To form partnerships that will facilitate and improve the health, education and socio-economic status of women, children and young people through empowerment, right-based approaches, innovative, acceptable, sustainable, and participatory strategies.

Our goal 

Is to improve the lives of women, children & young people.

Our Focus Areas

  • Making primary healthcare accessible to communities
  • Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights
  • Economic Empowerment of Women and Young People
  • Disability Rights
  • End Violence Against Women and Young Girls

Guiding Principles

  • Results oriented management.
  • Gender sensitivity and responsiveness
  • Rights based approaches.
  • Community capacity enhancement
  • Evidence informed planning and implementation. 
  • Non-discriminatory: Respect for all our stakeholders
  • Openness and active participation of all in the work we do.
  • Forming partnerships and collaboration 

Objective and Scope of Work (SoW)

Period of this ToR –1st March 2024 to 31st May 2024. 

The main reason for this ToR is to Produce Quality Video Documentary base project specific objectives.


HFFG with funding from Global Health Advocacy Incubator is implementing the Financing Immunization Advocacy Response (FAIR) project to advocate for greater domestic resource mobilization and increased accountability for results in reaching zero-dose children and increasing immunization coverage (including of newly introduced vaccines).

The project objectives are to:

  • Increase domestic resource mobilization at national and/or subnational dedicated to PHC and immunization service delivery.
  • Ensure timely payment of co-financing obligations.
  • Ensure new Gavi-supported vaccines are introduced and the country is aware and willing to meet any related increased co-financing obligations.


  • Use evidence to engage key stakeholders such as the Minister of Finance, Minister of Health, and Parliamentary Select Committee on Health on immunization financing.
  • Form alliances with Development Partners like WHO, UNICEF, PATH, etc. to intensify the voice championing messages and evidence.
  • Engage traditional authorities, CSOs, and other influential community actors as champions to contribute towards advocacy on financing immunization.
  • Sustained media advocacy on the project


  • Discuss and agree on the deliverables with the consultant.
  • Provide all documents that may be required by the consultant and other documents.
  • Pay consultancy fee upon submission of agreed deliverables. 


  • Submit a plan and budget for the entire documentary, with specific dates and timelines. 
  • Collaborate with key national and sub-national stakeholders, beneficiaries, communities ensure accurate representation and alignment with project and organizational goals.
  • Craft a compelling narrative that effectively communicates the objective of the project. 
  • Develop a budget for the video production, considering equipment, crew, travel, and any other related expenses.
  • With the support of the media lead on the FAIR project, the ED and DoP create a script that outlines the structure, content, and message of the documentary. Ensures it aligns with the main project goals.
  • Identify key individuals, beneficiaries, or experts within the health space for interviews. Conduct thoughtful interviews to capture authentic and impactful stories.
  • Capture relevant footage to visually enhance the storytelling, showcasing the project activities, and the communities it serves.
  • Put adequate measures to limit potential cultural nuances and sensitivities, especially when dealing with diversed communities or regions.
  • Obtain consents and permissions from individuals, communities, and any relevant authorities for filming and using their stories.
  • Plan and coordinate logistics for on-site filming, ensuring a smooth process and minimal disruption.
  • Edit the footage into a cohesive and engaging documentary. Pay attention to pacing, storytelling, and visual appeal.
  • Share draft for feedback. Incorporate input to ensure the documentary aligns with the overall goal and objectives of the project.
  • Provide translations or subtitles to make the documentary accessible to a broader audience.
  • Incorporating elements that showcase the impact of vaccine shortage on beneficiaries, whether through statistics, testimonials, or visual evidence.
  • Ensure that the documentary complies with legal and ethical standards, especially regarding privacy and the use of copyright materials. 

Expression of Interest 

All interested persons should submit an expression of interest containing quotation for the work and CV by March 5, 2024 to