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Consultancy to Document the Impact of the work of Habitat for Humanity Tanzania (HFHT) at Habitat for Humanity January, 2023
1.0 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
The housing need in
Tanzania is estimated to be 3 million units with an annual increase of
200,000 units. Despite the notable efforts to enhance housing
affordability in Tanzania, the challenge of affordability is still
critical due to income levels of most households in Tanzania which are
low; Majority of the population cannot afford a mortgage due to high
rates, as well as other attached conditions; Only 2.3% of urban
residents can afford mortgaged housing valued at USD. 58,000; 4.5 % of
urban households afford mortgaged properties costing USD. 38,500; 18% of
urban households can afford housing costing USD. 19,300 and so
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1.1 About Habitat for Humanity Tanzania
for Humanity Tanzania (HFHT) is a national NGO affiliated to Habitat
for Humanity International (HFHI) .Since 1986, HFHT HFHT has been
working in coordination with local communities and varied partners on a
range of shelter-related programs including building, reconstruction,
training, lending, disaster response and mitigation.
HFH brand in
Tanzania is positively associated with improving the standard of living
for low-income families through enhancing access to decent and
1.2 Main programs implemented by HFHTAffordable Housing programme
1986, HFHT worked with communities and local authorities to support
design and development of various housing projects. The first housing
products were in Kasulu in Kigoma. The project was then expanded to
other regions including Dar es Salaam (Majimatitu-Mbagala), Tabora
(Nzega and Nkinga), Dodoma ( Mvumi), Tanga (Korogwe), Iringa
(Uhambingetu), Ruvuma (Liuli/Mbinga), Morogoro (Ifakara), Mwanza and
Zanzibar. HFHT contributed skilled labour and durable building materials
that were extended to homeowners through subsidized loans. The
homeowners contributed unskilled labour and local materials. The program
however experienced some challenges including slow growth and poor loan
recovery leading to its closure between 2008 and 2010. Some affiliates
under this programme were transferred to other institutions, one being
Tanzania Gatsby Trust (TGT) and some SACCOS. Others were sold at
discounted prices and while others were dissolved/written-off.Housing
Micro- Finance services provision
In 2009, HFHT introduced a
Housing Micro Finance product known as “Makazi Bora” to provide housing
micro-loans to low-income households to enable them to live in
affordable and decent houses. This programme was implemented until 2019
when it ceased operations and the loan portfolio was sold at a
discounted rate to former HFHT staff who then registered a Micro Finance
Institution providing financing to enable low-income families live in
affordable and decent houses. The Makazi Bora Finance (MBF) limited is a
HFHT partner that provides financing to cover house repairs, renovation
and finishing. (including roofing, flooring, plastering, painting,
fixing doors and windows and electrical wiring, and auxiliary structures
like water tapes and toilet improvements. This year 2022, the Makazi
Bora Finance (MBF) is working with HFHT to provide group loans to women
and youth groups and HFHT will study the product and document lessons
for sharing widely with stakeholders.Other efforts
Sanitation and Hygiene initiatives (WASH): In 2017 HFHT partnered with
WaterAid Tanzania (WAT) and other stakeholders to install water
infrastructure in Sangara village, in Babati district, benefitting more
than 1900 people. The project portrayed a unique type of partnership and
innovation in terms of composition of partners and expertise ranging
from housing, microfinance, technology, and private sector participation
in water service delivery. One of the outcomes of this project has been
the improvement of housing conditions whereby community members
improved their homes and generated income. It is also anticipated that a
Community Housing Fund will be established through the water user fees.
2020, following the COVID 19 pandemic, HFHT partnered with an NGO-My
LEGACY to support WASH in schools and the community at large, as part of
intensifying personal hygiene for prevention of diseases.
Creation through empowering communities economically: HFHT believes
that home ownership is a long-term investment that has potential to open
up a new world of opportunities. Families are often excluded from
accessing basic services (financial services, utilities etc.) because
they lack proper housing which could serve as an address and a
collateral. Habitat for Humanity commitment for improving people’s
lives, is not only through housing, but also through training in new
skills to diversify livelihoods, and supporting communities to open
their own businesses, and becoming financially independent In this
regard, HFHT is working with MyLEGACY in forming women and youth groups
for skills development focusing on entrepreneurship training so as to
generate income which could enable them afford a better living
environment. The training also focuses on clean energy through making
charcoal using recycled waste.
Policy Advocacy: HFHT is committed
to advocating for relevant policies that affect households in issues
such as housing, land and microfinance. HFHT/Makazi Bora Finance was at
one time the Secretariat of Tanzania Housing Microfinance Working Group
whose main objective is to advocate for better housing and related
matters in the country.
1.3 HFHT Strategic implementation framework
embarked on assessing the housing sector in Tanzania to understand the
status of the housing ecosystem in Tanzania with a view to strategically
define its programmatic engagement in an impactful manner that will add
value to the housing value chain. According to the assessment, rapid
urbanization which contributes to the housing deficit of an estimated 2
mil units (in urban areas), and 7 mil (in rural areas) with an annual
demand of 200,000 units according to 2012 data which does not reflect
the reality on the ground. Only a small proportion of population of
urban households can afford decent housing. There are concerns around
affordable housing such as housing deficit, housing quality and
affordability, land management and regulatory systems for affordable
housing, basic services for affordable housing, housing finance for ow
income households, building materials landscape and design and building
Housing is largely constructed incrementally due to high
costs of building materials and experts, necessitating the engagement of
artisans (fundis) on work packages basis. A number of recommendations
were put forward including engaging in strategic partnerships with
microfinance institutions with the view to rolling out friendly and
affordable products to enable access to housing by low-income
households; exploring the potential of innovative financial products to
support various rental housing models so as to enhance access to
adequate housing; implementing construction of cost-effective and
environmentally friendly housing; partnering in research, training and
awareness campaigns on use of affordable local building materials;
assist in offering technical knowledge and skills in construction of
affordable housing and support to small local institutions (e.g., CCI)
in affordable housing development. These recommendations will pave way
to developing the Strategy for Tanzania
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2.0 OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT
the above background and history, this consultancy is among key
activities aimed at documenting the impact of the work of HFHT in
collaboration with partners and various stakeholders.
objective is to document and produce a range of communication products
that show the journey of housing in Tanzania while capturing the
organisation’s achievements over the years – this includes on-site
filming and interviews, creation of audio-visual content including
videos, photos, case studies, success stories and a set of infographics.
consultant(s) will be expected to travel to selected project areas/
districts where the programmes were implemented and speak with various
stakeholders including but not limited to: community members, the HFHT
Patron, former and current Board members and staff.
for Humanity Tanzania (HFHT) requires the services of a reputable firm
or expert to undertake on-site filming and interviews as per the above
outlined background and objectives. HFHT will require fully edited suite
of short video interviews combined with motion graphics and supported
with case studies, success stories and photos that include past and
current programme activities. The consultant will work closely with the
HFH Africa Communications Director with guidance from the HFHT programme
team and Board Members
3.1 Segmented videos footage needs are as follows:
video footage will include a 3-5-minute-long clip covering all content
and shorter 1-3 minute clips that can be used on various platforms
including social media (the number of short clips will be discussed and
agreed upon) Below is a proposed outline which is open to revision:
- Introduction and a narration of housing needs in Tanzania
HFHT and partners work over the years as well as the ongoing
initiatives being implemented as part of the Tanzania programme work
- Present the impact of the various initiatives
- Conclusion of HFHT and partners work and national impact
- HFHT contribution to the regional impact of housing
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Written case studies / success storiesBased on interviews conducted and
sites visited, develop case studies and success stories in formats that
can be used for print and online platforms
3.3. PhotographyA minimum of 300 high-resolution photographs, edited and captioned.
The team will also submit all original signed copies of HFHT consent forms.
Photo and story bookletA photo and story booklet giving an outline of
the housing background in Tanzania, brief history of HFHT work with
partners, the transformative work in Tanzania, impact on livelihoods,
stories and quotes from communities and various stakeholders, current
initiatives and call to action.
The Consultant will also submit copy of all interview recordings and/or transcripts as appendices.
HFHT requires infographics to support the interview videos.
The infographic will be high-resolution, A4 size for printing and web, and shall focus on:
- The status of housing in Tanzania
- Who HFHT is, our work and geographical reach of the various initiatives
- Partners and community engagement
- Problems / issues which the initiatives are trying to solve, as a part of the housing journey
- Actions being taken, outcomes and impacts to date
- Next steps
- HFHT and partner logos
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4.0 QUALIFICATION / PROFILE OF THE SUITABLE SERVICE PROVIDER
experience of three (3) years’ documented work experience in the area
of film/reportage/documentary writing, producing, directing and editing.
Previous experience in developing documentary films about activities
carried out by development organizations will be an advantage. – Links
to samples of similar work done along with references should be
- Exceptional video production skills (Applicants with
proven existing partnerships with media networks will have an added
- Access to highest quality filming, light, sound and editing equipment.
to operate under strict time limits and apply high production and
technical standards for the purpose of maintaining high level of
- Ability to communicate and conduct interviews
in English and Kiswahili (including translating the interviews in
English where necessary)
- Willingness and ability to conduct interviews with key stakeholders in consultation with HFHT
5.0 TECHNICAL PROPOSAL
Technical Proposal should clearly and specifically cover but not
necessarily be limited to interpretation of the Terms of Reference
Criteria for assessment and scores (percentage-wise) are as follows:
- Demonstrations of the understanding of the work to be done, a proposed work approach and methodology at 25%
- Creativity: A proposed design and production approach demonstrating innovation and ingenuity at 30%.
- Capacity: Copies of CVs for the principal consultant for the proposal should be attached to the application at 25%
- Detailed work plan, which must include clear timetable/ schedule of the work activities that will be performed – 20 %
6.0 FINANCIAL PROPOSAL:
financial proposal should provide a clear and detailed breakdown of all
costs that would be associated with undertaking the entire assignment
together with the proposed payment schedule. Only bids that have
attained a rating above 70% in the technical evaluation will proceed to
the financial evaluation stage.
7.0 COPYRIGHT AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
consideration of the fees paid, the consultant expressly assigns to
HFHT any copyright arising from the works the consultant produces while
executing this contract. Noting that the consultant will also be
acknowledged and credited accordingly as per the HFH formats.
consultant may not use, reproduce or otherwise disseminate or authorize
others to use, reproduce or disseminate such works without prior consent
All materials directly related to this assignment
must be handed over to HFHT at the end of the contract in digital form.
This excludes materials obtained independently by the consultant.
legal arrangements related to the acquisition and use of additional
materials will be the sole responsibility of the consultant.
successful bidder will work closely with the HFHT Programme Manager and
in close consultation with the HFH Africa Communications Director.
9.0 CONSULTANCY ARRANGEMENTS
is the responsibility of the appointed consultant to ensure that work
is done diligently and to the highest possible standard.
consultant shall be paid the agreed fee in instalments and details will
be provided in the final contract. Payments will be done as per the
agreement between the consultant and HFHT.
COST OF PREPARING: The bid shall be prepared and submitted entirely at the expense of the tenderer/supplier.
11.0 VALIDITY OF PROPOSAL
quotation shall remain valid for a period of 90 days from the
submission date stipulated in this document. Any tender that is
incomplete is liable for disqualification.
successful bidder will receive written notification and will then be
asked to make presentations of how they are going to carry out the tasks
stipulated in these TORs– with an opportunity given to panelists to ask
questions/make clarifications/and/or suggest best ways of carrying out
certain activities for this assignment before signing a contract
agreement with HFHT after negotiations.
HFHT shall notify the
approved bidder (if any) of such acceptance by letter of submission
during which the Tender will remain valid as per the provision of the
tender conditions. HFHT does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender
proposal, or any proposal, but reserves the right to accept or reject
any proposal in whole or in part without added reasons to the action.
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13.0 DURATION OF WORK:
content creation and production is expected to take approximately 60
days. The consultant is expected to submit a schedule detailing the
tasks to be undertaken and duration before, during and after content
 HFHT (2022) Review of the status of housing eco-system in Tanzania: Overview of the affordable housing sector
HFHI is a non-profit organisation dedicated to eliminating sub-standard
housing and homelessness worldwide. The purpose and goal of Habitat for
Humanity International is to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness
from the world, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and
How to apply
14. APPLICATIONS AND DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL
The closing date for the proposal submission is 05th February 2023.
Bidders should submit expression of interest (both technical and financial proposals) electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org copy to email@example.com
HFHT has no obligation to accept any proposal submitted after deadline and reserves the right to take any decision it deems fit.