ACCESS Visual Identity Development

Closing date

Background

The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) has been selected by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) to lead a consortium under the UK Aid Connect programme under the theme of promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). 

The consortium is comprised of IPPF, Frontline AIDSInternews, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical MedicineThe Open University, and the Women’s Refugee Commission. This partnership brings together powerful expertise in programme delivery, research, capacity building, advocacy and communications, ensuring vital information, education and services reach marginalised populations and people in complex and challenging environments.

Approaches in Complex and Challenging Environments for Sustainable SRHR (ACCESS) will leverage the consortium’s expertise to design and test innovative solutions that enable the most marginalised and under-served people to access comprehensive, evidence-based SRHR in humanitarian-development contexts in four priority countries. The project seeks to bridge the gap between research and programming by drawing on existing and emerging evidence to inform the design of the programme through an adaptive, people-centred approach. 

There is a need for ACCESS to have a visual identity that brings six distinct consortium partners together and to ensure consistency and professionalism in any visual documentation produced. The visual identity of ACCESS also needs to be in-line with DFID requirements.

Please kindly see attached TORs and how to apply.

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