In response to the deadly EF5 multiple-vortex tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri, Proctor & Gamble launched disaster relief initiatives at the heart of the devastated city.
A social website uses video chat to connect community health workers with people who have health related questions.
To help assess nutritional needs, community healthcare workers will have access to an app that compiles general dietary characteristics of villages and regions.
A mobile service that allows parents to register the birth of a child, and rewards them for doing so.
A board game to educate children on basic information about food, water, health and sanitation.
To provide UNICEF health workers with support from more than one channel, Lorenzo Marini has created four different communications concepts for the Tent Community.
A dedicated transportation system to move people and supplies amongst Tent communities.
A web portal, also sharable as software, where all community health workers could get in touch with each other. The portal will be divided into two parts, as a human brain—Emotional and Rational.
A series of interviews which reveal the day to day reality of community health workers, designed to be shared and learned from by others.
An easy to understand symbolic language that can be used across cultures.
A metaphoric brand identity for community health workers.
Creating a unified connection between UNICEF and community health workers using a simple "brand idea."
Augmented Reality Field Aid provides users up-to-the-minute video and supplemental guides for identifying needs and approaching rudimentary health operations and procedures.