Consultant for Development of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in Latex Harvesting Video production | WWF
Consultant for Development of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in Latex Harvesting Video production

Posted on 18 March 2021

Phnom Penh with travel to Mondulkiri Province
WWF’s mission in Cambodia is to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. The WWF-Cambodia programme is part of WWF's regional Greater Mekong Programme operating in Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia.
One of the country programs namely the Private Sector Engagement Program is established to promote sustainable land use and responsible investment within the Easter Plains Landscape (EPL) in Mondulkiri province. Currently, the program has one regional project (Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand) to transform sustainable rubber production funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) through Welthungerhilfe (WHH). This project is called the development of a multi-actor partnership in South-East Asia to promote sustainable agricultural value chains in the rubber sector (BMZ-MAP project). It aims to build a multi-actor partnership (1) to promote transparent, fairer and sustainable rubber supply chains, (2) to promote sustainable rubber production, and (3) to contribute livelihood conditions of smallholder farmers, indigenous peoples and workers.
To promote sustainable natural rubber cultivation, WWF-Cambodia is looking for a competent consultant/team to produce five short videos of Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) in Latex harvesting. The overall purpose of this consultancy is to produce video production to outreach among rubber growers via social media platforms and web portal. The assignment will be under the technical guidance of the General Director of Rubber (GDR) and Cambodia Rubber Research Centre (CRRI) and supervision of WWF. The consultant will document activity videos and produce a number of video products to be used by rubber value chain operators, particularly rubber growers.
 The consultant must be able to deliver the final versions of the described video products with the specified deadlines outlined as below:
  1. Storyboards for the videos are produced.
  2. Creative brief and draft script for the videos productions through working closely with the GDR and CRRI.
  3. Produce five short video clips (3-5 minutes each) with subtitle in English
Duration of the Work:
The consultancy shall be conducted during the period of 3 months (3rd May- 31st July 2021).
This consultancy is open for Cambodian candidates who are skilful in videography photography and are passionate about making impacts of conservation work through the use of creativity in videography, photography and/or related visual storytelling.
  • Good understanding of journalism, storytelling, media and/or communications;
  • Good knowledge about creative work and visual arts which include videography and/or photography work;
  • Proven experiences and good portfolios in video editing and production;
  • Proficient in media editing applications such as Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Light room and Final Cut Pro;
  • Proficient in Khmer and English languages, especially in writing;
  • Good interpersonal, communications skill and positive attitude (patient, reliable, hardworking).
For detailed Terms of Reference, please visit  or
How to apply?
Submit your technical proposal and proposed budget, including work plan and timeline, together with samples of similar project deliverables (offline and online) to WWF by emailing to by 18 April 2021. Please state “Development of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in Latex Harvesting Video production”.
For more information, please contact:
Kong Siv, BMZ MAP Project Manager at

WWF is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse workforce. Women, Ethnic Minorities and people with Disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply and will be considered regardless of the requirements of the position.

We do not tolerate sexual misconduct within or outside of work and imbed child protection in all the work we do. Protection from sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse and child protection are fundamental to our relationships, including employment. We only recruit people who are suitable to work with other staff and communities. We will use the reference process to ensure potential new staff understand and are aligned with our expectations.