Creative Frontiers is an award-winning,
full service creative agency specialized in international development communications and behavior change messaging. We break boundaries through creative content towards a better world.
Creative Frontiers designs, produces and disseminates engaging, youth-targeted content including video, animation, graphic novels, comics, mobile apps, games and e-Learning to address difficult issues such as violent extremism, displaced populations, gender based violence, taboos and health, the environment, skills gaps, illiteracy, and any challenge needing effective communications.
Creating innovative concepts
Co developing proposals
Managing on ground implementation
Delivering results and evaluating impact
We have reached over 6.2 million people in 4 years and our projects have impacted people in Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon, Ghana, DRC, UAE, UK and the United States.
PASBAAN THE GUARDIANS
Engaging vulnerable youth to counter extremism using innovative storytelling delivered through graphic novels, comics, apps and animation
AT RISK YOUTH IN
PLUS YOUTH IN
SHIFT IN ATTITUDE
“A bold movement of progressivist are bringing new comic book heroes to Pakistan’s at-risk children” FOREIGN POLICY
COMICS FOR PEACE
Comics for Peace seeks to encourage and promote positive social change through the medium of comic books. Stories created through fellowship program that bought attention to the societal issues including discrimination, hate, violence and extremism. 59% of all students agreed that the comic books made them more aware of an issue that they were unaware of before.
The Comics for Peace program was launched in Pakistan in 2018.
Over 2000 students in 9 universities across the country participated in the CFP project through panel discussions, workshops and on campus awareness sessions. 20 fellows (an equal mix of male and female students from all parts of the country, representing its unique religious and ethnic makeup) were recruited for the first fellowship program to develop
5 unique and independent stories developed as comic books that emphasized the drivers of radicalization in Pakistan. The stories well well received by students at Universities in the country.