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Communication for nonprofits

World Health Organization

WHO defines health as « a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity ».



For more than 30 years, PAPRIKA has been assisting WHO professionals in the creation of their communication tools: documents in printed or digital formats (brochures, annual reports, technical guides), specific media (stands, roll-ups, branded objects) or e-learning solutions.


A strong, instantly recognizable identity conveying key messages to targeted audiences: we make our creativity and expertise available to many WHO departments to maximize the impact and reach of their actions. PAPRIKA designs meaningful visuals for recurring publications, but also for campaigns and events.


To ensure the production of complex documents in multiple languages, our graphic designers have implemented a unique automation system, combining speed of execution and reliability of realization. Among our added values: management of character styles and paragraph styles from one language to another, insertion of hyperlinks and bookmarks for more interactive PDF files, redesign of graphics and maps in Illustrator


Depending on the objectives of a campaign, we portray messages on illustrated or animated media. Drawing, computer graphics, video awareness: we rely on the clarity of information, transmitted in a concise and impactful way. These pedagogical and emotional dimensions aim to reinforce the message to make it accessible to a wide audience. This is essential for WHO campaigns in countries with marked cultural differences.

  • 1985

    First PAPRIKA collaboration with WHO

  • 194

    Member States supported by WHO: research, emergency assistance in the event of natural disasters, nutrition, sanitation …

  • 40

    PAPRIKA has collaborated with 40 different WHO departments and programs: polio, malaria, AIDS, maternal and child health …

  • 6

    Working in the six official languages of the United Nations (English, French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic and Chinese), PAPRIKA is officially recognized by WHO Press Department.