Preventing Child, Early and Forced Marriage Through Open, Distance and Technology-based Education and Training: Visualizing Process and Impact to Develop an Institutional Framework for Mann Deshi Foundation
Often the framework of a project is visualized and communicated in text supported by other mediums of communication. Today’s technology offers a much larger scope for using other techniques of communication; while the primary documentation focuses on written language that are liable to open interpretations and language skills of the receptor of the communique. Though images and videos play a major role in in today’s communications, often the visual approach in not a part of framework building. For developing the framework CEFM initiative, visual language was at the core of all thinking and guidelines; creating a transparent and aligned system of information to be used in multiple digital platforms. // Paper ID 252
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