Scope of Work: Provided cover designs for (CTC) video series (opening and closing screen font package). Determined foundation of overall design and layout of (CTC) graphic package for the 3 video modules of this series, based on the documentation provided by the producer. We provided our design packages in both English and French versions.
This 3-episode film on CTC serves as an advocacy tool in order to promote the approach among varied stakeholders. The first episode explains what CTC is, why it is useful and how it is feasible. The second features a case study of CTC implementation during a vaccination campaign in Côte d’Ivoire, providing insight on the health workers’ perspective. The third and final episode gives an outlook on the options for countries and what manufacturers can do to support countries.
WHO: Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) – Delivering vaccines more easily
WHO: Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) – Implementing in the field
WHO: Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) – Future Development
Creative Director for CTC graphics and layout: Keith “Kebo” Brown
Art Director for CTC graphics and layout: Myish Endonila for KAB Designs
WHO Technical officer: Anna-Lea Jenny Kahn
Producer: Jean-Sébastien Brettes
About CTC: The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management and distribution. It allows certain vaccines to be kept at temperatures outside of the traditional cold chain of +2°C to +8°C for a limited period of time under monitored and controlled conditions, at the last mile of service delivery, and as appropriate to the stability of the antigen.