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    Report to Share
    with the World

    UNICEF + CEI Journeys to Scale Report

    Services

    • Concept
    • Design
    • Project Management
    • Production
    • Custom Illustrations
    • Information Graphics
    • Print Management

    Designing a report for UNICEF and the Center for Education Innovations to share with its global audience that showcases five global programs aimed at improving education.

    Background

    Sharing Global Success

    UNICEF and the Center for Education Innovations (CEI), a product of Results for Development (R4D.org), partnered to create a report to accompany the Finalists of the Innovations in Education Initiative. The report, “Journeys to Scale,” tells the story of five programs that accelerate improvements in learning: Can’t Wait to Learn (Sudan), Palavra de Crianca (Brazil), Accelerated School Readiness (Ethiopia), Lively Minds (Ghana), and Edutrac (Peru). Our team was tasked to find ways to successfully gather, illustrate and organize data from these initiatives in an effective and compelling way.

    Challenge

    Unifying Content

    Each program needed to be represented without outshining the other. This meant organizing and coordinating the report’s design to maintain a consistent voice and tab system, while making it easy for readers to dive deeper into the content.

    Solution

    Organized Design

    To organize this complex information, we applied design thinking to help present it all in a more straightforward approach. Our design team developed a bold color palette, unique illustrations, and custom infographics to represent each individual program and their missions. This allowed us to highlight all five initiatives with clarity and cohesion, without emphasizing one over the other.

    Results

    Worldwide Support

    Readers all over the world study this report to learn and improve their educational methodologies based on each of the five programs. The success of the project has led to frequent reprints and a very positive response in requests for more program information at both UNICEF and CEI.

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