Branding and logos guidelines
Acknowledging IMMANA funding
Holders of IMMANA Grants and Fellowships should acknowledge IMMANA funding on all public-facing materials related to their Grant/ Fellowship, such as presentations, leaflets or websites.
The following phrasing should be used:
''This project is funded by Competitive Research Grants to Develop Innovative Methods and Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Actions (IMMANA Grants).''
''This project is funded by Postdoctoral Fellowships on Innovative Methods and Metrics for Agriculture and Nutrition Actions (IMMANA Fellowships).''
In addition to the phrasing above, the IMMANA logo should be used at least once per document and the funder (UK Aid) should be acknowledged - please see guidelines below.
If you have any questions or if you need other formats of the IMMANA logo, please contact Anna Marry, the IMMANA Research Uptake and Knowledge Manager.
Use of the logo
Acknowledging the funder
Where the IMMANA logo is displayed it is standard to also acknowledge IMMANA’s key funder; UK Aid. The following logos and language should be used:In any initial reference to IMMANA, the funder, UK Aid, should also be credited. The following wording can be used as a guide:
‘IMMANA is funded with UK aid from the UK government’ or ‘this project was funded with UK aid from the British people’
Please see UK Aid’s branding guidelines for further clarity on this.