The Halo Trust x RECSA
Regional Centre on Small Arms, is an important organization in the field of small arms control and management in Africa. It was established in 2005 by 15 member states in the East and Central Africa region. The Halo Trust is a non-profit organization that specializes in landmine clearance and mine risk education.
Project Scope and Objectives:
The website redesign and development project aimed to create an engaging and informative online platform for RECSA. The main objectives were to increase visibility, highlight RECSA’s initiatives, and promote regional cooperation in small arms control. The website would also serve as a platform to showcase the collaboration between RECSA and Halo Trust, emphasizing their joint efforts to enhance security and promote peace in the region.
Approach and Execution:
Our agency collaborated closely with RECSA and Halo Trust to understand their goals, target audience, and key messages. We conducted extensive research to gather relevant content and images that effectively conveyed the organizations’ missions and achievements. The website design incorporated visually appealing elements, intuitive navigation, and responsive features to enhance user experience across different devices. We implemented a comprehensive content management system to allow easy updates and maintenance.
Impact and Results:
The redesigned website has been instrumental in increasing awareness of RECSA’s work and promoting regional cooperation in small arms control. The platform effectively showcases RECSA’s initiatives, research, and advocacy efforts, emphasizing their positive impact on security and stability in its member states region. The collaboration with Halo Trust is highlighted, demonstrating the joint commitment to creating safe environments and restoring communities affected by landmines. The website has received positive feedback from stakeholders and has contributed to an increased engagement with RECSA’s mission and objectives.
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