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TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) FOR PRODUCTION OF A VIDEO DOCUMENTARY AND A BOOKLET ON THE SMART START SIAYA (NYATHI EN MWANDU) PROGRAM
For Over 3 years, KMET co-designed and co-implements with the County Government of Siaya, the Office of the First Lady, PATH, and other partners to promote the adoption of responsive caregiving and stimulation practices for children 0-3 years and integration of Nurturing Care for Early Childhood Development (NCfECD) into routine service delivery and community-level health services in a program dubbed Nyathi en Mwandu (A child is a wealth). This intervention has since been cascaded in private health facilities, and in households using Community-led approaches including peer-to-peer engagement and teenage mothers’ support group interactive sessions.
The objective of the assignment
The goal of the assignment is to produce a video documentary, photographs, and short stories that will culminate into a 10-minute documentary and a booklet of best practices in the Smart Start Siaya program.
The booklet and photo products is intended to illustrate the Smart, Start Siaya model with highlights of partners’ role in NCfECD) implementation and how it contributes to the large Nurturing Care framework in Kenya.
The mini-documentary will highlight the coordination of the Smart Start Siaya program and its impact among direct beneficiaries; child caregivers at the household level, health care providers at both Private/Public health facilities, community health volunteers, and teenage mothers. Additionally, the documentary will cover the scale-up process of Smart Start Siaya which has been christened the Smart Start Initiative, in 6 counties (Kisumu, Homa Bay, Vihiga, Kakamega, Nyamira & Busia) of the Lake Region Economic Block (LREB).