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We were tasked with edit, design and print of this publication, whose thrust was to document the milestones that the African Food Sovereignty Alliance had made since inception. It was launched in Ghana.

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Through a collaborative process with the authors of the master plan, we provided editorial direction via copy editing, appropriate selection of photography and the like to showcase the various tourism opportunities available. We were careful to move away from the narrative of wildlife tourism only to include meetings, incentives, conventions, and events (MICE) tourism.

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This handbook looks specifically at OSR (also known as Local Revenues) and outlines the general principles to abide by to maximise them. The local revenue mobilisation series is a succession of handbooks aimed at improving operations in public finance management for national and sub-national governments and the organisations that work for and with them.

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Celebrating African Rural Women is a publication by The Gaia Foundation. The Gaia Foundation works with local and indigenous communities, civil society groups and social movements to restore a respectful relationship with the Earth. We were tasked with translating the original report which was in English into French and publish both. We did the design and layout of the French version of the report based on the original English design.

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The Blue Economy is a publication by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) that delves into opportunities and challenges affecting economic activities associated with water bodies in the East African Region. We collaborated with the authors to enhance the accessibility of the publication via appealing design, photography and info-graphics.

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The Kenya Climate Change Working Group (KCCWG) is an advocacy and lobby front for climate change issues in Kenya. Recognising the ever-present threat that is global warming and it effects –  including drought, famine, flooding and their effects on conflicts and security in the region, the front seeks positive engagements to mitigate these. We were tasked with editing, design and publishing their strategic plan to highlight their planned objectives and activities for the period covered in the plan.

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Emergency Plus Medical Services (E-Plus) is a company fully owned by the Kenya Red Cross Society, whose core business is the provision of Pre-Hospital Emergency Medical Services. Our brief was to edit and design their strategic plan. for the E Plus Emergency Medical Services. Through a collaborative process with the authors, we provided editorial direction via copy-editing. The client wanted an engaging layout for the publication, which we achieved through the combination of relevant infographics and design.

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The Economic Commission for Africa Sub-Regional Office, Eastern Africa (SRO-EA) asked us to edit and design the report showcasing various macroeconomic and social developments in the region. Through a collaborative process with the authors of the report, we provided editorial direction via copy editing and appropriate selection of photography. For visually appealing layout, we combined the text with relevant infographics and which served to enhance accessibility of the information the publication.

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Our brief was to edit and design the publication to be distributed to various stakeholders in the region so as to scale up the tourism sector in the region.  We did the editorial review of the publication and sourced appropriate permissions for the images and photography to complement the content of the publication. For the cover graphic we developed a montage showcasing various tourist attractions in the region. The book was launched in Nairobi by HE Uhuru Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya.

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Our client, the Institute for Culture and Ecology, works with local communities in Kenya to preserve their culture and environment. We were contracted to edit, publish and print a book on Sacred Natural Sites. The book was a culmination of 10 years of research and was an analysis of how the Kenyan constitution, national and international laws can support the recognition of these sites for their protection. Sacred Natural Sites and their Community Governance Systems. We were keen to ensure that a reader with a non-legal background would understand the content. Design wise, we had to ensure that the content was easy to read by using a layout and font that was easy for the reader.

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The book was a review of the recently promulgated constitution, in particular, the legislation affecting climate change in Kenya. We settled on an illustration of the earth as climate change is a threat to the world at large. The editorial process involved copy editing as well as choosing a font that was easy to read.

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Bright Spot Africa is a social business that provides solutions in the areas of Economic Development and Strategy. We had a multiple brief, namely to design their logo, develop editorial content and to produce a brochure. We developed editorial content for use on the booklet. This involved working in tight tandem with the client to ensure that what we wrote was accurate and a true representation of their activities. In developing their logo, we worked with warm colours (red and yellow) to reflect the spirit of Bright Spot Africa.

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Juice it or Smooth contained a variety of recipes for healthy juices and smoothies on the go. We settled on pocket size dimensions such that the booklet could be carried along and the recipes shared widely when visiting family and friends.

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The client was taking a road trip to South Africa. En route to South Africa, they wanted to distribute material to the various countries through which they would travel. The aim of the publication was to draw attention to the issues affecting climate change.
The aim was to have material that was light to carry and easy to distribute. It was important for us to develop a design that was snazzy so that it could capture the mood of the trans-continental road trip. As it was a road trip, we settled on an illustration that had various modes of transport.

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AFSA was launching a network of partners across several countries on the continent. Our brief was to design and to publish a simple brochure that the client would use at the launch of the organisation in South Africa. We designed a multi- lingual logo to reflect the various national languages of the countries in which the organisation operates. This would be used across the anglophone, francophone and Portuguese speaking countries in Africa.