WaSH, Croix Rouge française

Illustrations for the « Water System Operation and Maintenance Manual Creation for surface water, ground water and rain water supply ».

Work was done under supervision of Rémy Marcelin, WaSH specialist and Tangui Léziart, WaSH Delegate, Vanuatu French Red Cross / Croix-Rouge française du Vanuatu, 2018.

© All rights reserved, please contact me littlebylittlestudio@gmail.com or Croix Rouge Française if you want to use these images.

 

Child Protection ILLUSTRATIONS

BOOK Our Children are Our Future-1

ILLUSTRATIONS

Introduction

CHILD-PROTECT-6-PRESENTATION

Community growing Yam, symbol emphasising the importance of the role of parents, caregivers and the community leaders to support and guide the child to ensure the child develops well, similar to the growing of yam. Without proper support and guidance, there will not be a good harvest of yam. Similarly without the proper support and guidance, children will not develop well.

CHILD-PROTECT-7-YAM

Child Development Stages. Illustrations used to discuss the physical development / general behaviour / common problems and needs of the child within each age group.

CHILD-PROTECT-8-3-MONTHS-OLD CHILD-PROTECT-9-8-MONTHS-OLDCHILD-PROTECT-10-1-&-HALF-YEAR-OLD

CHILD-PROTECT-11-2-YEAR-OLD CHILD-PROTECT-12-5-YEAR-OLD CHILD-PROTECT-13-9-YEAR-OLD CHILD-PROTECT-14-13-YEAR-OLD CHILD-PROTECT-15-17-YEAR-OLD

The Right to Life

CHILD-PROTECT-16-HAPPY-PREGNANT

The Right to Spiritual belief

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The Right to Education

CHILD-PROTECT-18-STUDY-HOME

The Right to Health

CHILD-PROTECT-21-DOCTOR-1

The Right to Food Shelter

CHILD-PROTECT-23-healthy-diner

The Right to Protection / Food / Shelter

CHILD-PROTECT-25-storm

The Right to Identity

CHILD-PROTECT-26-identity-vanuatu

The Right to Participation

CHILD-PROTECT-27-GIRL-TALKING

 

The Right to Protection

CHILD-PROTECT-28-FATHER-TELLING-STORY

(unpublished)

Problems

Child is crying, parent doesn’t know what to do

CHILD-PROTECT-34-crying-girl

Child over excited, breaks things

CHILD-PROTECT-36-stick

Child doesn’t want to stop playing, mother needs to take him to school and go to work

CHILD-PROTECT-37BIS-boy-and-boat

Child wants to help mother making diner, mother is in a hurry

CHILD-PROTECT-38-mother-daughter-cooking

Children fighting for an object

CHILD-PROTECT-41-2-girls-necklace

Child upset with parent, doesn’t want to say why

CHILD-PROTECT-42-angry-school-girl+mom

Teenager doesn’t want to stop listening to music, parent doesn’t know how to deal with the situation

CHILD-PROTECT-43-12-YEAR-OLD-EARPHONES

Teenager having his first tattoo done by a friend at home

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Mother waiting for her teenage son who is late coming home

CHILD-PROTECT-45-CHILD-WALK-MOTHER-WORRIED

Misery

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Neglect

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CHILD-PROTECT-52-GOING-TO-SCHOOL-BAREFOOT

Hunger

CHILD-PROTECT-55-2-poor-boys

two sisters living without parents

CHILD-PROTECT-59-2-SISTERS-ALONE

child taking care of sick parent

CHILD-PROTECT-58-sick-mother+child2

Disability
CHILD-PROTECT-56-legless-boy

ABUSES

Verbal abuse

CHILD-PROTECT-48-boy-yelled-at-by-father

CHILD-PROTECT-67-GIRL-yelled-at-by-mother

Emotional abuse

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Exploitation

CHILD-PROTECT-51-CASH-and-PHONE

Sexual Abuse

CHILD-PROTECT-50-girl-pulled-into-bush

Physical AbuseCHILD-PROTECT-47-girl-beaten-by-father

CHILD-PROTECT-57-beaten-boy

unpublished

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Roads to danger

CHILD-PROTECT-61-MARIJUANA CHILD-PROTECT-62-YOUNG-DANGER

Happy child

CHILD-PROTECT-63-8-YEAR-OLD-CONFIDENT

Circle of support

CHILD-PROTECT-64-CIRCLE-OF-SUPPORT

Broken circle of support

CHILD-PROTECT-65-broken-circle-of-support

Community Action Plan

CHILD-PROTECT-65-Komiuniti-plan

 

“Our Children Are Our Future” is a Child Protection Facilitation Manual. It is built to teach local facilitators to follow the steps of a workshop to be held in villages.

It is for Vanuatu community leaders, faith based leaders, parents and caregivers to develop a better understanding of children. It draws attention to some of the important issues that children face in their development and aims to find solutions and give them tools to help overcome the difficult situations.

UNICEF Pacific, 2016

The  “Our Children Are Our Future” Facilitation Manual for Vanuatu has been adapted from the Children Are a Precious Gift from God Facilitation Manual for Fiji, which drew from the Journey of Life Manual, UNICEF Myanmar and incorporated aspects of Positive Discipline, What it is and How to Do it by Save the Children Sweden, South East Asia and the Pacific.  The Manual has been produced by the Child Protection Team, UNICEF Vanuatu, April, 2016

Acknowledgements

Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Director General, Mark Peter Bebe; Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Child Desk Coordinator, Elizabeth Emil; AVID Volunteer – Child Desk, Emily Ellis; UNICEF Pacific Child Protection Chief, Amanda Bissex; UNICEF Child Protection Officer, Joemela Simeon; Ministry of Youth, Senior Youth Officer, Rebecca Solomon; Senior Youth Employment Officer, Vira Taivakalo. The manual was drafted, pre-tested and finalised by UNICEF Consultant, Ana Laqeretabua.

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IOM- Migration Policy Campaign

Masood Akhtar CCCM Program & Displacement Advisor for IOM Vanuatu, commissioned littlebylittle with a challenging campaign to work on. The idea behind the visuals is this :

In line with the National Sustainable Development Plan 2016-2030 (NSDP), namely “The People’s Plan 2030”, the Government of Vanuatu is committed to developing a stable, sustainable and prosperous Vanuatu. This involves cherishing the diverse cultural identities of Vanuatu and supporting community resilience to adapt to the impacts of climate change, environmental hazards and disasters. While there are many factors present in Vanuatu which assist recovery efforts following disaster, such as strong social and community bonds, the Government has identified a gap in the existing policy framework to address population displacement.

To address this gap and to ensure the well-being of all Ni-Vanuatu people, the Government is developing a policy framework to support communities affected by displacement, stemming from both slow-onset disasters and sudden emergencies. The displacement policy framework aims to provide guidance to the different agencies of government, non-government and community-based organizations about how to manage risks and vulnerability throughout the displacement cycle, including how to plan for and protect communities and vulnerable groups who may be exposed to disaster risks and may not be able to continue living on their land.

The project is led by the National Advisory Board on Climate Change and Disaster Risk Reduction (NAB) which comprises government and non-government agencies from different sectors and is Vanuatu’s supreme policy making and advisory body for all disaster risk reduction and climate change activities. At the request of the Government, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is providing technical support to develop the policy framework based on participatory consultations. This technical support has been made possible through the IOM Development Fund.

 

 

 

 

 

The island poster has been adapted from the one I designed with the agreement of RedCross / Croix Rouge Vanuatu.

 

 

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Masood Akhtar CCCM Program & Displacement Advisor for IOM Vanuatu and Shadrack Welegtabit Director of National Disaster Management Office (NDMO) 2017

Teacher’s Guides 2017

I am working at the moment for the CDU Ministry of Education with the support of VESP (Vanuatu Educational Support Program), Australian and New Zealand Government. My role is capacity building with the designers and illustrators of the Cdu staff (technical and conceptual skills) and on hand work to design a series of covers and posters for the 2017 material.

The teacher’s guides we worked on are printed and distributed in all the schools, throughout the 83 islands of Vanuatu ! The latest work at the Curriculum Development Unit of the Ministry of Education in Vanuatu has been to build a team work of designers and writers and come up with user friendly books for the teachers of Vanuatu.

 

cover-laaef-blong-komyuniti1
Life in the Community
cover-lanwis-komiunikesen1
Language and Communication
cover-matematik1
Mathematics
cover-saens1
Science
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Charley Robert, PEO Curriculum Moet Vanuatu

 

Examples of illustrations in LIFE IN THE COMMUNITY Teacher’s guide :

 

 

Examples of illustrations in SCIENCE Teacher’s guide :

 

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Charley Robert, PEO Curriculum Moet Vanuatu

 

Examples of illustrations in MATHEMATICS Teacher’s guide :

Examples of illustrations in LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION Teacher’s guide :

 

 

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cdu-team
Cdu team (almost complete) Julie, Angelinah Eldads Vira, Raela Reuben, Paul Dick, Florence Kalomor, Jennifer Atisson. Add Simon David Georges (National Curriculum Coordinator), Leisel Masingiow (Senior Curriculum Officer), Marilyn Rouard and Firiam, Johanna Ashmore (Australian volunteer) and Alan Swan (VESP) and the team is complete.

 

 

 

Sanitation Manual

“How to take good care of our Sanitation facilities” is a World Vision Community Manual that is distributed in Port-Vila Communities that have public Sanitation facilities (toilet + hand-washing spaces).

Here extracts of the illustrated pages.

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT2

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT16

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT17

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT18

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT19

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT37

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT38

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT39

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT40

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT41

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT42

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT45

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT48

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT49

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT50

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT51

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT52

 

WV Komuniti Manual-PRINT58

Child Protection BOOK LAYOUT

“Our Children Are Our Future” is a Child Protection Facilitation Manual. It is built to teach local facilitators to follow the steps of a workshop to be held in villages.

It is for Vanuatu community leaders, faith based leaders, parents and caregivers to develop a better understanding of children. It draws attention to some of the important issues that children face in their development and aims to find solutions and give them tools to help overcome the difficult situations.

UNICEF Pacific, 2016

The  “Our Children Are Our Future” Facilitation Manual for Vanuatu has been adapted from the Children Are a Precious Gift from God Facilitation Manual for Fiji, which drew from the Journey of Life Manual, UNICEF Myanmar and incorporated aspects of Positive Discipline, What it is and How to Do it by Save the Children Sweden, South East Asia and the Pacific.  The Manual has been produced by the Child Protection Team, UNICEF Vanuatu, April, 2016

Acknowledgements

Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Director General, Mark Peter Bebe; Ministry of Justice and Community Services, Child Desk Coordinator, Elizabeth Emil; AVID Volunteer – Child Desk, Emily Ellis; UNICEF Pacific Child Protection Chief, Amanda Bissex; UNICEF Child Protection Officer, Joemela Simeon; Ministry of Youth, Senior Youth Officer, Rebecca Solomon; Senior Youth Employment Officer, Vira Taivakalo. The manual was drafted, pre-tested and finalised by UNICEF Consultant, Ana Laqeretabua.

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Some examples of the manual’s pages

BOOK Our Children are Our Future-1 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-6,7 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-16,17BOOK Our Children are Our Future-PRINT BOOK Our Children are Our Future-50,51 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-58,59 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-84,85 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-90,91 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-94,95 BOOK Our Children are Our Future-96,97

Traditional Architecture

Littlebylittle’s new campaign for Public Works Vanuatu, National Disaster Management Office, Shelter Cluster in collaboration with IOM United Nation’s International Organization for Migration and European Union.

It is promoting Vanuatu traditional architecture in the making, involving women, community at large, knowledge and management of natural resources and above all, a philosophy of life.

 

IOM-HAOS-KOMUNITI

To build a good house you need the whole community.

“All men and women help to build a house. This makes our community bond and think about our common future”.

 

IOM-HAOS-KASTOM

To build a good house you need traditional knowledge.

“Your first house is your Mother’s belly. Your last house is the Earth. When you’re an adult, it would be good for you to build a house that is good and alive like your mother and strong like the Earth”.

 

IOM-HAOS-TREES-haos-on-top

To build a good house you need a flower.

“To make a house you need wood. To make wood you need a tree. To make a tree you need a seed. To make a seed you need a fruit. To make a fruit you need a flower : to make a house you need a flower”.

 

IOM-HAOS-STAMPA

To build a good house you need grass-root knowledge.

“If a cyclone comes, we are safe because our community builds our houses with grass-root knowledge. They make the foundations, connections, perling, rafters and bracings the right way”.

 

IOM-HAOS-MAMAS

 

To build a good house you need all the mothers.

“We are the mothers.  We weave our houses’ roofs, walls and mats. Our work has all kinds of styles from our different islands and that makes our culture alive and our houses beautiful”.