Elizabeth brings creative skills to her role as writer and editor. She is an artist and poet and uses multimedia to support her work, such as:
Graphics and cartoons: conceptualising graphics and cartoons to illustrate reports and publications. Child-friendly writing and editing and associated graphics.
Whiteboard animations: producing illustrations and scripts for whiteboard animations.
Photography and Video: taking raw footage for processing with technical support from e.g. professional video editors. She also produces her own photography and videos in the field, which she edits herself.
See Elizabeth’s YouTube channel (left) with her videos from field visits to countries such as Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan and Zambia.
Read about Elizabeth’s other areas of work in human rights advocacy: Communications Support; Programmatic Support; Research and Writing; Multimedia (this page); Project Management; Training and Speaking.
Examples of Elizabeth’s multimedia work
- May 2017: Near Real-time Monitoring (NRTM) for improved maternal and child health in Eastern and Southern Africa. Graphics/script for whiteboard animation and video to support UNICEF ESARO country-level Lessons Learned (Kenya, Swaziland, Uganda and Zimbabwe) and three regional case studies on the use of near real-time data.
- November 2015: Communications materials for the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child to support the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, including a quiz for children
- September 2015: Cartoons and copywriting for UNICEF Ghana Child Protection Research and Child and Family Welfare Policy (right)
- June 2015: Video on Education for Children with Disabilities in Rwanda for Chance for Childhood with Street Child Africa
- February 2015: Civil registration and vital statistics (CRVS) and birth registration – Mozambique video; Nigeria video (right); for UNICEF ESARO