Graphic Designer for AFOSP

Deadline: 2017-08-25

Term of Reference
Graphic Designer ASEAN Foundation
ASEAN Farmers’ Organisations Support Programme (AFOSP)
“ASEAN Foundation Factsheet for Supporting to AFOSP 2015 – 2017”


Since its establishment in 1997, the ASEAN Foundation (AF) has supported various agricultural projects through the Japan-ASEAN Solidarity Fund (JASF). In line with its mandate to address socio-economic disparities and alleviate poverty as well as to develop human resources and capacity building, AF continues and is committed to supporting farmers, rural entrepreneurs and agricultural workers which are essentially the backbone of the ASEAN community. To date, AF has funded 25 agriculture related projects with a total budget of USD 3.8 million.

Over the years, AF has also established networks with key agricultural players in the region such as the Asian Partnership for the Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (AsiaDHRRA), Asian Farmers’ Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA), Network of Aquaculture Centers in Asia Pacific, ASEAN Fisheries Working Group, Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture established by the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO), Regional Volunteer Experts for Agricultural Modernisation, and Southeast Asian Council for Food and Security and Fair Trade (SEACON).

With the launch of the ASEAN Community in 2015 and to help moving forward the objective of ASEAN 2025 which calls for an inclusive Community that is people-oriented and engaging, AF currently works on facilitating and coordinating the engagement and participation of the ASEAN farmers in the ASEAN processes and mechanisms through the ASEAN Farmers’ Organisations Support Programme (AFOSP), a multi-stakeholder project funded by the European Union (EU) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) under the consortium of the Asian Farmers’ Association for Sustainable Rural Development (AFA) and La Via Campesina (LVC).

AFOSP – Engaging with ASEAN

The role of the ASEAN Foundation (AF) in AFOSP falls into the key activities focusing on promoting policy dialogues and interactions between farmers, rural organizations, and the ASEAN level institutions. The overall mandate of AF is to actualize and to energize the ASEAN Blueprint especially the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) blueprint. Specifically, the key role of AF is to bridge the coordination between the relevant sectoral ASEAN bodies in support of AFOSP, such as those under the ASEAN Ministers Meeting on Agriculture and Forestry (AMAF) and ASEAN Ministers Meeting on Rural Development and Poverty Eradication (AMRDPE); and to facilitate the engagement and participation of the ASEAN farmers in the regional policy-making processes.


The ASEAN Foundation’s factsheet – AFOSP 2016/2017 outlines the overall results of the implemented activities from 2016 to 2017. The factsheet includes all results from the ALRAC, Roundtable Discussion, participation in ASEAN Sectoral working group meeting and ALSPEAC.

The production of the factsheet helps the ASEAN Foundation to attain effective and efficient use of resources and to be more accountable to donors, other stakeholders, and Civil Society Organization (CSOs) who participated in the events. This serves to build credibility for the organisation and to inspire confidence that the organisation is worthy of the contribution and investment made.

THE ASEAN FOUNDATION Fact sheets for supporting the AFOSP will comprise of:

  1. Short Information background on ASEAN Foundation roles to support AFOSP.

The designer will receive at the total rate of IDR 7,800,000. The afro-mentioned amount includes costs incurred, i.e. phone calls, internets. Payment will be made upon completion of the finalized outputs.


  • First draft of layout: 21st October 2017
  • Clearance from writer: 22 October 2017
  • Final Submission: 23rd October 2017
  • Final Approval from ASEAN Foundation: please expext until 30 October 2017 by the lates.
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