Documenting UNESCO’s Safe Learning Environments
In collaboration with UNESCO, we crafted a visually compelling quadrifold brochure from scratch, highlighting their “Safe Learning Environments” initiative for girls’ education. Our minimalist design approach, coupled with rich storytelling visuals, delivered a powerful and engaging tool. With minimal oversight, we created a brochure that packs substance while staying true to our signature style. This project effectively amplifies UNESCO’s mission to empower girls through safe education.
Like the discovery of an old key that unlocked hidden treasures, our brochure unveils the hidden potential within the Safe Learning Environments initiative. With a minimalist design that speaks volumes, we invite readers to embark on a journey of empowerment and discovery.
Growing up in a very rural area in Seydebir, Semien Shewa, Ethiopia, Tigist had to walk for an hour to go to school. Every day,
“I use literature to create awareness among students on gender equity,” says Meron, as she folds up a piece of paper that had poems she
When Tenaye Ashenafi had her first period, she was at school, where other kids ridiculed and laughed at her. She run back home and showed
Students murmur as it is not customary for a teacher to come to the classroom with a baby on her back. Tiruwork lullabies her child
These compelling visuals stand as a testament to the unity and collective determination shared by all who champion UNESCO’s mission of empowering girls through safe education. Each image vividly portrays the collaborative spirit of educators, students, and community members, showcasing their unwavering commitment to fostering secure and nurturing learning environments.
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