Working with UN Agencies
Since 2016 we have supplied strategic brand communication and design services to various UN agencies and country offices. These are critical communications assets and tools for humanitarian response and stakeholder engagement efforts for multiple agencies, including UNCDF, WHO, UNHCR and UNICEF. The work mainly focuses on developing nations from all corners of the globe. From Africa to the Pacific Islands, we have completed hundreds of products for print and digital platforms:
We work with various United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) offices in underdeveloped countries, promoting Inclusive Digital Economies, Local Development Finance, and unlocking public and private finance for the poor. These include reports, factsheets, case studies, PPTs, toolkits, and briefing notes, covering digital finance programmes in the various UNCDF country offices, and numerous publications, infographics for print and digital environments.
We have produced significant collateral and assets capturing World Health Organisation (WHO)‘s work and responses to HIV/AIDS and other global health concerns, including various communications assets, such as significant publications, infographics and country profiles, capturing several countries’ responses to various HIV/AIDS-related campaigns. These include various large format publications, infographics, and country profiles in various UN languages (English, French and Spanish).
Our work with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is based on our understanding of the organisation’s dedication to the global fight against Gender-based Violence (GBV) and strongly advocating for the Protection of Children (CP) and displaced people. We work with several country offices to develop strategic brand communications assets —guides, leaflets, reports and handbooks, illustrations, and accessible design products for print and digital, to bolster the organisation’s communications efforts with its various target groups, and communities and stakeholders.
Capturing the work of the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), be it the situation, nutrition, or health and safety status of women and children in Africa and beyond, includes various communication assets and tools. From large to short format publications and reports with data visualisation and graphical elements such as infographics, icons, charts, figures and tables, some of our significant work includes publications which require English language translation and design.