In September 2018, Lushomo was contracted by the World Health Organization (WHO) African Regional Office (AFRO) to support communications around the Third Interministerial Conference on Health and Environment in Africa (IMCHE3).
The Conference, which was co-organised by WHO-AFRO, the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), and the Government of Gabon, was being held to assess progress on the implementation of the Libreville Declaration on Health and Environment in Africa.
Lushomo worked with WHO-AFRO to produce a range of communication materials to promote the Conference, raise awareness around the important link between health and environment, as well as highlight the Libreville Declaration and the progress that has been made in reaching the goals set out in the Declaration.
A team from Lushomo travelled to Libreville in Gabon to deliver the materials and to support WHO-AFRO on-site with communication activities during the Conference.
To support WHO-AFRO to communicate around an interministerial African conference that addressed the important link between health and the environment.
Logo design and branding, conference website, summary evaluation report with infographics, factsheets with infographics, social media assets (social media cards and gifs), social media communications toolkit, roll up banners, wall banners, posters, video
Based on a draft report received from WHO-AFRO, as well as access to raw survey data, Lushomo produced a report with data visualisations and infographics to highlight country progress on implementing the Libreville Declaration. The report and the results showcased in it were used to inform deliberations at the conference.
Based on information received from the client, as well as our own research, we developed five A3 foldable factsheets with infographics. These were printed in English, French and Portuguese.
We designed a range of social media assets to promote the Conference and the issues being discussed. These included social media cards and GIFS.
The Social Media Communications Kit contains key messages, a list of suggested tweets, as well as links to all the social media assets developed for the Conference.
Lushomo designed a range of banners for the conference, which included large hanging banners and standing banners.
Lushomo also created a set of posters using infographics that were created for the Libreville Progress Report.