For this #Viz5 challenge I focused on Eswatini and the hopeful trends related to HIV infections and AIDS related deaths in the small African nation.
For this week’s #Viz5 dataset I created an infographic in Canva, following analysis in Tableau. I used a long-form layout and was inspired by the colors of Operation Fistula’s latest social media campaign.
This week I use Tableau and Canva to create an infographic style visualization focusing on the worst data point: almost 30% of girls in Chad are married by the age of 15.
This week sees us tackle another #Viz5 dataset, focusing on a gender equality topic: women in power, i.e. the parliamentary representation of women. The dataset comes from the World Bank and the team at Operation Fistula created a visualization for us to use as a starting point.
For week 18 we are tackling another #Viz5 subject, this time the topic of obstetric fistula, which is the focus of our #MakeoverMonday collaboration partner Operation Fistula.
This week we launched the Visualize Gender Equality campaign #Viz5 and we are starting with a heavy topic: violence against women and girls and the perception of women and men towards violence being justified.
For week 10 we are collaborating with the team at Operation Fistula to support their mission and to bring more visibility and awareness to the issue of obstetric fistula (‘the worst thing you’ve never heard of’).