WSSCC has been running the ground-breaking initiative Menstrual Hygiene Management for
a few years. Itís aim is to break taboos surrounding a natural human process to help make women girls happier, healthier and safer.
They realised they needed a way of compiling all of the information they collected from working in the field. I designed an app for them to load onto their tablets and let the women and girls fill out the information themselves. It was a challenge to consider that many of their audience is not fully literate, so we explored and implemented icons and infographics to aid them.
At the end of the day, the WSSCC staff member could uplaod the data collected to a specialised site which collated the information gathered in a simple and accessible way.
A series of three reports were produced for the three areas of North Africa that the WSSCC team visited. Each used colours to differentiate the reports on the outside, and link them on the inside.
For a Sanitation & Hygiene conference I created a bellyband that held the three reports together in an inexpensive way. Each report was produced in English and French, the bellyband was bi-lingual.