WHO

Preventing and responding to HIV drug resistance in Africa

The African region is home to the largest proportion of people living with HIV in the world. Global action to combat HIV/AIDS has had an immense impact on the continent, with increasing numbers of people receiving testing, prevention services and treatment, but these positive impacts are under threat from an increase in HIV drug resistance.

We helped the WHO African Regional Office adapt the Global Action Plan on HIV Drug Resistance to the regional context. We then designed the African Regional Action Plan for HIV Drug Resistance report to communicate this important strategy in French, English and Portuguese.

Partnership

Communicating the targets and priority actions for WHO and Member States on HIV drug resistance in Africa

Deliverables

Communication consulting, writing and editing, plus design and layout of a 30 page report in English, French and Portuguese

Tags

The report was laid out in English, French and Portuguese to be widely accessible to African audiences

We developed the report style, and provided communications consulting to write the Action Plan for the African region based on an existing global action plan. The infographic designs were clear and authoritative, to guide stakeholders through the intended priorities and actions around HIV drug resistance.

Once the style had been confirmed, we identified areas where graphics could be used to visualize key results and action points. The chosen style used thin lines, bright colours and simple icons, which were carried through the full report.