Writing and editing of a report for hard-copy and digital distribution. Layout and design of a hard-copy version. Design and build of a digital version as a microsite – a dedicated website.
Cap-Net UNDP is an international network for capacity-development in sustainable water management. It is made up of a partnership of autonomous international, regional and national institutions and networks committed to capacity-development in the water sector. It was launched in 2002 by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the then UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (now IHE Delft) with funding from the Dutch Government, having been initiated at the UNDP Symposium on Water Capacity Development in 1996.
Since then, Cap-Net UNDP has grown into a global hub for capacity-development and networking in sustainable water management with additional funding from the Swedish and Norwegian governments, and the European Union. The Cap-Net UNDP programme is a part of the Water and Ocean Governance Programme of UNDP, within the Sustainable Development Bureau for Policy and Programme Support. The programme is executed by the United Nation’s Office of Project Services (UNOPS) Water and Energy Cluster.
Phase III of Cap-Net UNDP, which ran from January 2010 to December 2015, completed 13 years of capacity-development in the water sector. The goal of this phase was the “sustainable management and development of water resources and improved access to basic water supply and sanitation services, benefitting the poor and contributing to the improvement of livelihoods, environmental sustainability and reduced vulnerability to climate change”.
We created the content and designed it to work in both print and digital media. And we incorporated animated graphics and interactive infographics into the digital version which was configured as a microsite – a dedicated website which was installed on Cap-Net servers.
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