CFI is the French media development agency, mainly funded by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, responsible for implementing public aid policy in the media sector in developing countries. CFI works alongside players operating in the media industry (TV, radio, written press, social media), whether state-owned or private owned as well civil society organizations. CFI is currently involved in around thirty projects that fall within three major programs: Media & Pluralism, Media & Enterprise and Media & Development.
In the frame of multisectoral program Qudra2 implemented by a German, Spanish and French consortium, the French Agency Expertise France (EF) designated CFI as its implementing partner to improve a direct access to information for both Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities in Jordan and Lebanon. This will imply to design, set-up, and run a services-oriented information collection system across both countries, and disseminate information through different channels.
This program runs from September 2019 to August 2022.
In the frame of this project, CFI is looking for service providers for Video Production Services in Lebanon.