Current and past projects
Packaging stories of change
Ideal Communication Concepts (ICC) was commissioned to write stories of change for WASDAs Livelihood, Protection, Vocational Skills Training and WASH programmes In Kismayu and Dhobley areas of Somalia.
Ideal Communications Concepts (ICC)was contracted by Sense International- Kenya to document die Impact of Its Inclusive programme in Nairobi and Kitul counties. Five Stories of Change involving programme beneficiaries were developed.
ICC was commissioned by HIVOS to document the stories of change arising from the implementation of the IFAD-funded Upper Tana Natural Resources Management Project (UTanRMP) in Embu; Kirinyaga; Meru; Murang’a; Nyeri, and Tharaka Nithi counties. The key milestones were documented in a 20-page publication titled Gender Action Leaming System: Transforming Households in The Upper Tana Catchment.
Women Educational Researchers of Kenya (WERK) contracted ICC to document stories of change on its Opportunity Schools Project (OSP) which was Implemented In 20 schools In Kajiado County. Knowledge products produced Included newsletters; fact sheets; feature articles and opinion articles.
ICC was contracted by the Kenya Medical Association (KMA) to document best practices and lessons learnt during the implementation of KMA/RHRA Advocacy for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Project in Peri-urban Informal Settlements in Nairobi County (Mathare Valley, Mukuru Kwa Njenga and Mukuru Kwa Reuben) to be used in advocacy and for dissemination to the wider public to guide future similar projects.
ICC was commissioned by Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) to interview beneficiaries of their three-key regional trans-boundary programmes within Eastern and Southern Africa and document their milestones. Programme beneficiaries were interviewed in the Democratic Republic of Congo; Kenya;Tanzania; Uganda and Zambia.This culminated in the production of a 68-page publication titled: WWF-Regional Office for Africa Stories of Change.
ICC was contracted by World Vision South Sudan to document the impact of the South Sudan Joint Response Project (SSJR 2) on displaced/vulnerable communities in conflict-affected areas (in Melut County of Upper Nile State) in a 32- page case study publication titled From Vulnerability to dignity: How SSJR2 Project transformed I DPs’ livelihoods in Melut County of South Sudan.