ENGINE series (2016)
This Ethiopian nutrition project lasted five years and wrapped up in September of 2016. The culminating materials included 5 posters, 10 briefs, each between 4 and 8 pages, a fact sheet, and this full project report, 56 pages, in full color with various figures, graphs, and type treatments.
Client: Save the Children, Feed the Future
A Corridor of Contrasts (2015)
This magazine-style was more of a story about urbanization along the Trans Africa Highway between Abidjian and Lagos, Nigeria. With lots of infographics and data, as well as a journalistic style, it presented the current issues of the urban poor in five nations.
Client: African Strategies for Health (ASH)
The Expansion of Holistic and Integrated HIV Services in Guyana (2013)
This USAID-branded piece was 64 pages in length and was an end-of-project report for the Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention Project (Phase II), summing up four years of USAID and PEPFAR work in Guyana.
Client: Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
Report for the African Union Commission (2015)
This 60-page document reports the prior year's status on maternal, newborn and child health for the 54 nations that make up the African Union. The challenge here was to communicate the mass of information in a clear manner without submitting pages and pages of data, given to me in spreadsheet form.
Client: African Union Commission (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) and ASH (Arlington, Virginia)