If you haven’t found what you were looking for on our website, and you decide you should produce your own visuals, there are number of resources available to help you. 

First, it’s important to use culturally representative illustrations that are freely available (that aren’t protected by copyright). You can probably find what you need on the website Black Illustrations 

If you’re in need of icons that are adapted to the realities of West and Central Africa, consult the collection from Cocoji. They’re amazing and free. 

Looking for copyright free photography? Maybe you’ll find something on Unsplash, or ask our members give you access to their libraries.  

Do you want to go digital? Did you know you can make your own memes online using free tools like Kapwing? 

This article will be regularly updated.

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