[Coral-List] Effective communications tools?
southern_caribbean at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 25 11:38:59 EST 2012
FaceBook and mobile apps which also link to useful websites where one can download anything that you would normally hand out in paper format.
Twitter is also useful for update info for aforementioned other social media.
Milton Ponson, President
Rainbow Warriors Core Foundation
(Rainbow Warriors International)
Tel. +297 568 5908
PO Box 1154, Oranjestad
Aruba, Dutch Caribbean
Email: southern_caribbean at yahoo.com
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From: Katherine McLean <kmclean at lakeheadu.ca>
To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 11:25 AM
Subject: [Coral-List] Effective communications tools?
I work with a small eNGO that operates in the Caribbean. One of the major
challenges I am currently facing is the development of effective outreach
and education campaigns to support our various projects. These projects
generally deal with coastal resource management issues (fishing, coastal
development… the usual for a small Caribbean Island). I am hoping that
there are some of you out there who have recommendations of particularly
effective communications tools that have been successful in community
I am not sure that our pamphlets and other papers are very well received by
fisherfolk, and community meetings are often expensive and poorly attended.
We are starting to try out hand at videos/documentaries.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Please contact me at
kmclean at lakeheadu.ca.
Thanks and happy holidays!
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