The Early Recovery Project for the United Nations Development Programme needed to report on the progress of the Project to their donors. This map was part of the report to highlight the number of projects in Timor-Leste funded under the NGO Small Grants Fund. This includes the total funding for the projects, as well as the locations of these small grant projects to help the development and rebuilding of communities around the country.
The Early Recovery Project for the United Nations Development Programme needed to report on the progress of the Project to their donors. This map was part of the report to highlight the number of mediations and dialogues the Project had with local communities to help with reintegrating families who had left because of political crisis back into their communities.
As part of an Early Recovery project with the United Nations Development Programme in Timor-Leste, one of the objectives of the project was to help communities that were displaced during the political crisis resettle back into their communities. UNDP and IOM were working on community infrastructure projects to help with reintegration of communities. The map was produced based on information submitted by both organizations and the number of internally displaced people (IDP) compiled by IOM. The provided an overview of the situation for planning purposes for current and potential early recovery projects.
In addition to designing the HR Update logo, I also edited and designed the layout and publishing of the newsletter. The quarterly newsletter on humanitarian, disaster preparedness and recovery activities in Timor-Leste highlighted current and potential humanitarian conditions in the country, which include the issues of food security, internally displaced people’s resettlement, housing, flooding, and contingency planning. You can find the three issues of the Humanitarian and Recovery Update here.
This logo was designed for a quarterly newsletter on the humanitarian and recovery situation in Timor-Leste. The newsletter was produced on behalf of the humanitarian coordinator in the country. The logo is simple in design to highlight the topic of the newsletter, making it easy to refer to it (i.e. “The HR update”).