The Independent Accountability Panel (IAP) was appointed last year by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon under the auspices of the World Health Organization to assess implementation of the United Nations’ Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health 2016–2030. Composed of distinguished panelists from backgrounds that range from human rights experts to humanitarian leaders to statisticians, the IAP was tasked with creating an accountability framework to hold the global community accountable to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals and Global Strategy.
DG+CO worked with the IAP to release the group's first report, including web and print design, copy editing, media outreach, social media support, and branding. DG+CO created a comprehensive communications plan for the IAP, which identified key messages, target audiences, communications opportunities, and tactics. The strategy was crafted to highlight the urgent need to hold local, regional, and global health leaders accountable to health commitments made to women, children, and adolescents. We helped to launch a new website for the IAP’s first report, which takes visitors through key sections of the report in a visually engaging way.Learn more