18 Apr, 2019


Comic Book Illustrator


Empowering Evidence-Driven Advocacy (EEDA) is a three-year project (2017-2020) implemented by

Population Reference Bureau (PRB) and the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP)

and supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

EEDA’s goals are to improve the implementation of existing family planning policies, especially those that

support youth access to and use of contraception; and generate new funding and policy commitments for

family planning in response to evidence-driven advocacy. It aims to achieve these goals by increasing

youth advocates’ capacity to measure policy implementation and hold governments accountable, and

increasing decisionmakers’ use of evidence.

Project Description

EEDA is partnering with the Coalition for Health Promotion and Social Development (HEPS –Uganda) to

create a comic book to convince parliamentarians that family planning investments are critical for

Uganda’s overall development and get them on board as family planning champions. The comic book will

likely show multiple characters discussing the benefits of family planning, along with some introductory

text at the beginning of each section.

Scope of Work

• Create 20-30 comic book style illustrations based on photos and descriptions from PRB.

• Illustrations must follow project’s branding guidelines and dimensions provided by PRB.

o Paper Size: A4 (two panels per page)

o Illustration Style: Flat (see example)

o Branding: TBD

• Final files must be provided as vector artwork in Adobe Illustrator.

• PRB requires three rounds of feedback during the design phase of the timeline.


• Adobe Illustrator files

Proposed Timeline

Proposals Due: April 26

Contract Awarded: May 10

Design Phase: May 17 – July 19

Proposal Format

Your proposal should include:

• Qualifications & Work Experience

• Itemized budget

• References

• Examples of previous work

PRB anticipates awarding a fixed-price contract with payment based on the successful completion of



Jessica Woodin Christine Power

Senior Designer Policy Analyst cpower@prb.prg