Branding and logos

IMMANA BRANDING GUIDELINES

 

OVERVIEW

Any activity that involves work or research funded or conducted by IMMANA should be credited accordingly. This is not limited to print and digital text, but also includes presentations, talks and media appearances.  If at any time you are unclear about how to credit IMMANA, it’s funder or key partners, please do contact us on IMMANA@lshtm.ac.uk or +44 (0) 207 958 8342.

 
PRIMARY LOGOS
These logos may be used by IMMANA Grantees, Fellows and partners without prior permission for any relevant materials pertaining to IMMANA research, activities or collaborations. Permission to use the logos outside these parameters should be sought in advance.
 
IMMANA Banner
 
IMMANA logo and text
 
IMMANA Social Media square

IMMANA COLOURS
The IMMANA pantone can be matched by using the following colour codes:
C63 M21 Y5 K0
R96 G167 B213
 
 
KEY FUNDER AND PARTNER CREDIT

Where the IMMANA logo is displayed it is standard to also acknowledge IMMANA’s key funder; UKaid. In cases where the research or activity in question is solely IMMANA’s, it may also be appropriate to acknowledgement IMMANA’s key partners. The following logos and language should be used:

 
FUNDER
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.
KEY PARTNERS
 
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
 
Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture and Health (LCIRAH)
 

                                        

IMMANA’s key partners may be organised into a row as above