Website and app development
Data visualisation and infographics
Publication design and layout
Video and animation production
Digital and social media
The World Health Organization (WHO) investigates the magnitude and drivers of persistent malaria transmission in different settings around the world.
To provide ongoing communication support to a number of interdisciplinary research teams in the area of vector-borne disease (VBD). We help them to communicate the key findings of their work to decision makers, funders and affected communities.
Through extensive interaction with the researchers as they move from the research phase and into the implementation of their proposed solutions, Lushomo provides technical guidance to both WHO and the researchers on maximising the uptake and impact of their research outputs. This is supported by the production of numerous adaptable communication resources, tailored to the needs and contexts of each research team, including presentation materials, data visualisations, web content, policy briefs and more.
Our second website for the WHO about VBD research projects focused on residual malaria transmission. This included drafting all content, reworking it with the senior researchers, and then adding a number of visual communication elements. We also created infographics using orthomosaics developed by the researchers from drone imaging. The website also hosts news items, publications and other communication products developed by the researchers to share their key findings.
Using high-resolution maps built by the researchers from drone imaging, we created small animations designed to draw key messages from the research. These have been shared in various presentations.
To further assist the researchers communicate their key findings, we designed graphics to display information on slide decks and posters.
We provided communication support at the Peru workshop, where we gave the researchers tips on how to improve the reach and uptake of their research. Footage collected at the event and from local Peruvian communities was used to create several videos and an augmented reality summary report of proceedings of the workshop.