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Global Health Strategies

Multimedia Storytelling Campaign on South Asian Trailblazers

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SERVICES

  • Campaign Strategy
  • Interviews
  • Social Media Content
  • Videos

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Policy Makers
  • Domain Experts

PLATFORM

  • Online Conference
  • Website
An illustration of four women spotlighted by Newsworthy.Studio in its multimedia storytelling campaign for Global Health Strategies and WomenLift Health.

For WomenLift’s annual Women Leaders in Global Health Conference, Newsworthy.Studio was commissioned to design the ‘Spotlight Series: South Asia’, a multimedia storytelling campaign profiling four South Asian trailblazers—women who have made their mark in the space of health and gender rights in the region.

The Challenge

To urge more women leaders to come to the fore and be integrated in global health

The Outcome

A multimedia storytelling campaign showcasing stories and pathways of four incredible women leaders from the Global South

 

Spotlighting Trailblazers

The scope of work included identifying, reaching out and interviewing the women leaders, and then making the storytelling campaign more accessible and engaging through text pieces and pop art, which was further used as social media amplifiers. Held during the Covid-19 pandemic, our multimedia campaign highlighted the pathways, successes, failures and passions of the South Asian women, with the goal to underline the role of public health communication and diversity in leadership, and to inspire other women to kick start their leadership journeys. 

Explore our Work

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