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Graphic design for UNDP knowedge documents

UNDP Tunisia

12 Nov 2020 Apply now Share
12 Nov 2020 Apply now Share
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The Accelerator Lab in UNDP Tunisia is creating a series of knowledge documents related to innovative tools and methods used in programming. These documents are narratives, diagrams and reports. The idea is to create a booklet linking all these documents in a logical manner and presenting a series of tools which could be used by any UNDP staff. While the documents are produced by the accelerator lab team, we require someone for the graphic design of these documents and organisation into a booklet.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
UNDP accelerator Labs is the largest and fastest learning network aith 60 established labs in country offices and currently hiring for 30 more. Accelerator lab in Tunisia has been established in September 2019 and has been working on many development issues such as trust, waste management and skills and employability. Just like any other lab, we generate learnings about specific problematics and try to accelerator grassroots solutions to development problems. We are currently generating learnings on how UNDP could incorporate innovative tools into its programming. The Accelerator Lab is thus currently documenting learnings generated team in UNDP Tunisia about using innovative methods for programming purposes.
Volunteers: 1 needed
6-10 hours per week / 3 weeks
Degree or training in graphic design is preferred but not required. Must have necessary licenses for graphic design software.
Tunisia
English

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