1st Global Health Communicators Newsletter is Out! Features PMC’s Work!

March 29, 2007 • Sudan, PMC in the News

The link in the email below will take you to the Global Health Council’s newsletter for communications professionals. There is a story there about PMC’s work in Sudan. There is a link in the story to a detailed report on the Sudan project. I have pasted the Global Health Council newsletter’s section on Sudan below the following email.

Best wishes,

Bill

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From: globalhealthcommunicators-bounces@listserve.com [mailto:globalhealthcommunicators-bounces@listserve.com] On Behalf Of Laura Barnitz
Sent: Thursday, March 29, 2007 9:46 AM
To: globalhealthcommunicators@listserve.com
Subject: [GlobalHealthCommunicators] 1st Global Health CommunicatorsNewsletter is Out!

Hello Everyone,

I invite you to view our working group’s first newsletter for communications professionals working in global health. We focused on child health topics in this first issue of The Global Messenger, which you will find at http://www.globalhealth.org/communicators/. I’d like to thank contributers’ Liz Creel from the U.S. Coalition for Child Survival, Katie Elmore from Population Media Center and Marina Gavrioushkina from the Roll Back Malaria Partnership. Also, we are planning to host live events for our working group. There is a forum in the works, and I’ll keep you posted once dates and speakers are confirmed.

Oh, yes. One more reminder. The 34th Annual International Conference on Global Health is coming up at the end of May. In addition to informative sessions for implementers and advocates, we have sessions that will be of particular interest to communicators—including the Communicators Workshop, the Media Luncheon, and our Film Series Premier. We will have some press room time slots for Council members who wish to hold press conferences during the week as well. I’ll send more information to you on that April 9th.

Talk to you soon,

Laura Barnitz
Director of Policy Communications
Global Health Council
1111 19th St., NW, Ste. 1120
Washington, DC 20036

202-833-5900, x3204
Fax: 202-833-0075

www.globalhealth.org


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