Your numbers are confusing, but here's the rule. The Total Dynamic Head required from a pump is as follows:

TDH = Static Head + Friction Losses + Dynamic Head

The static head is measured from the free surface of the liquid in the supply source to the free surface of the liquid in the discharge chamber, or to the highest point in the line.

As you do not identify the elevation of the free surface of the liquid in the supply source, we can only advise you on the discharge static head, which is only half of the total static head.

If we assume a static head basis of the pump centerline, then there are two discharge static heads; one when the highest point in the line becomes a factor at 6.0 m. above ground elevation.  The other is when the high points in the line become full of liquid, a siphon effect kicks in, and the lower discharge static head reverts to 2.0 m. above ground elevation.

The friction losses must include all friction losses in all piping, valves and fixtures in the line. The dynamic head is the increase in velocity within the pump itself. I trust this will help you complete your calculations.