Youth Engagement Fact Sheets
Between 2018 and 2019, Population Reference Bureau and the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning conducted interviews and discussions with youth and key stakeholders to assess the status of youth-friendly family planning services in Nigeria and Ethiopia. These fact sheets highlight the results of this research related to gaps in youth-friendly service delivery.
I incorporated the youth's suggestions on color palettes and other design features based on what they though would be most effective to communicate their messages to policy makers.
Role: Graphic design, data visualization
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
This fact sheet was designed in collaboration with Marie Stopes International, Zambia to encourage Zambian policymakers to disaggregate data based on age which would lead to better targeted sexual and reproductive health policies for young people.
This fact sheet was designed in collaboration with the Alliance Nationale Des Jeunes Pour La Sane De La Reproduction Et La Plantifacation Familale–a Senegal-based non-profit. The fact sheet was given to policymakers to advocate for improved reproductive health policies for Senegalese youth.
This fact sheet was targeted at Nigerian policy makers to shed light on statistics around youth family planning services and request a day that's dedicated to sexual health education targeted at youth in the Cross River state.
This fact sheet was made to encourage Ethiopian policy makers to engage youth in policy making around contraceptive services.
This fact sheet was designed to advocate for Nigerian policy makers to eliminate the requirement that a person must be of a certain age to access contraception.