Deadline Date:
Closed.

Caribbean Export will seek to develop and/or strengthen the binational crafts/fashion/accessories/jewelry value chain. The Agency will ensure the development of a cartographic study of the binational value chain in order to be able to use tools useful to the sector serving to promote craftsmanship as a cultural heritage with the perspective of supplementing the tourist trade offer of the two countries.

General Objective

The general objective of this advisory mission will be to develop the cartographic study of the value chain of crafts in Haiti. This study should find out about the direct actors in the chain (producers, processors, wholesalers, retailers, etc.), indirect actors (suppliers of financial services, storage, transport, inputs, equipment, etc.), the specificities of Haitian crafts, production spaces, their stories, their folklore as well as the environment in which the chain is inscribed with regard to the actors and beneficiaries.

More specifically, this mapping should collect the following information with actions which should include:

Characterization of the elements that constitute the cultural heritage of Haitian craftsmanship.
The techniques and expressions of its products, the uniqueness of each production area, the social reality of artisans including the legal framework.

The search for the folkloric origins of the elements of Haitian craftsmanship
Link the different artisan expressions to Haitian folklore, natural resources and the tourist offer of each region of Haiti and the island.

The search for the historical origins of elements of Haitian craftsmanship
Highlight the identity of each community in the Haitian handicraft production area through images while highlighting the historical cachet of the context, production techniques, designs, colors and target markets.

Required Documents

Applicants must submit at least the following documents:

  • Proposal comprising at least: company profile, understanding of the project and methodology, list of available experts and their qualifications, timeline/Gantt chart of activities, and detailed budget proposal.
  • Document stating citizenship in the case of individuals or establishment of the head office in the case of companies.

Bids must be submitted in both Spanish and French.

Submission of applications

The various documents to be produced mentioned above should be submitted to the senior advisor in charge of private sector development of the Binational Program based in Haiti.

Applications must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. (Haiti time) on April 18th, 2022 to the following email address [email protected] with the reference “ Haitian Handicrafts Mapping ”.

Each proposal MUST be accompanied by a signed Applicant Declaration Form which can be downloaded at: https://www.carib-export.com/download/197007/