Advocacy Toolkit old
The Advocacy Toolkit is the community’s Principles-in-a-Box! These resources are design files, print-outs, and presentations are all downloadable and are intended to be used by members of our community who may be hosting workshops or trainings, presentations, etc.
Suggestions or inquires about the toolkit? Send us an email at PrinciplesAdmin@digitalimpactalliance.org
Download the Style Guide – The Principles style guide provides useful information for branding (fonts, colors, etc) if designing your own Principles products.
Digital Principles Graphics
Follow the links below for access to high-res PNG, JPG, and vector versions for Digital Principles graphics and design files.
Download the Logo
Download Principles Logo (English)
Download Principles Logo (Spanish)
Download Principles Logo (French)
Animated video frame assets
Print Files and Handouts
These files can be used as 101 resources or promotional material at events, trainings, presentations, etc.
Master slide deck 2019 – Basic template for presenting on the Principles and including notes/talking points. Please review the script in the notes section of each slide, as the deck is primarily graphics and this will help form the discussion around each.
Watch the Digital Principles Promotional Event Video from Tanzania
Training Resources and Curriculum Content
In collaboration with TechChange, DIAL has produced a series of tools, resources, and materials that donors can use to institutionalize technology and digital best practices into their work, and educate their organizations internally on digital development. These materials will address a current gap in products and/or knowledge amongst staff at donor organizations in order to improve donors’ operating processes and, by extension, the outcomes of their programs.
Digital Principles 101 Training
This curriculum is intended to briefly introduce development practitioners to what the Principles for Digital Development are, show how they can be applied practically to their work and share examples of good technology use in development programs. The workshop should be designed in a way that it can be easily adapted to specific contexts, such as inclusion in an orientation program. The target audience for this sort of training is any staff engaging on programs that use technology in their delivery (i.e. program managers, contracting officers, evaluators, etc.).