PHILIPPINES, 2013. The first child friendly space opened in Tacloban, Philippines at the Rizal Central School in November. Rizal now serves as an evacuation centre for families who lost their homes in the typhoon. Child friendly spaces provide safe, protective environments for children to play and learn and have a sense of normality - so important for their sense of well-being following the devastation of super typhoon Haiyan. © UNICEF/PFPG2013P-0321/KENT PAGE
PHILIPPINES, 2013. The first child friendly space opened in Tacloban, Philippines at the Rizal Central School in November. Rizal now serves as an evacuation centre for families who lost their homes in the typhoon. Child friendly spaces provide safe, protective environments for children to play and learn and have a sense of normality – so important for their sense of well-being following the devastation of super typhoon Haiyan. © UNICEF/PFPG2013P-0321/KENT PAGE

UNICEF Supply Division in Copenhagen is seeking an “Innovation research and analysis project consultant” to conduct a market research of current and innovative solutions for temporary structures used during emergency situations.  The consultancy is for a period of 12 weeks starting January 2014 to work on this specific area of the innovation project: Temporary Structures.

The general objective of this assignment is to conduct an in-depth market survey of currently available and under development innovative Temporary Structures, including a report of the market survey and a matrix of the designs and anticipated area of use.

Applications are to be sent to: innovateforchildren(at)unicef.org by 6 January 2014, 5:00pm CET.

For more information, see the Terms of Reference

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