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Project Coordinator, Marketing Communications
Links Global, a division of Links Media, LLC is looking for a highly qualified professional to work collaboratively with key stakeholders to identify information and communication needs, develop communication products to achieve project goal and objectives, and coordinate implementation and monitoring among implementing partners. The successful candidate will implement appropriate methodologies to track accomplishment of the project and its deliverables. The Project Coordinator will also provide technical assistance to implementing partners in the field. The position will be based in Rockville, MD and requires 20% foreign travel to Latin America and The Caribbean. This position coordinates marketing communications projects from beginning to end, ensuring they are developed and executed to meet Company standards and client expectations.
Technical Intersectoral Meeting for Developing an Integral Proposal for Preventing and Controlling Tuberculosis in High Risk Areas in Madre de Dios, Peru
Links Media, along with other technical and country partners including representatives from United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Peru and the Regional Health Directorate, participated in a working meeting in Madre de Dios, Peru to review baselines results and other information related to the public health status of that area in Peru, specifically with regards to tuberculosis. During the meeting, partners also worked to design a set of interventions and a logical framework to address the problems identified using the Approach developed and executed by the South American Infectious Diseases Initiative (SAIDI). Partners also were successful in developing a strategic plan for the pilot program activities based on this approach to be implemented.
Links Media presents Creating and Delivering Effective Presentations Webinar
Links Media developed and conducted two virtual training sessions (one in English and one in Spanish). The training's objectives were to: i) demonstrate the importance of avoiding the use of traditional design slides and bullet points in presentations; ii) present the benefits of designing slides using an assertion headline supported by visual evidence; and, iii) enhance presentation skills for communicating general topics and information about technical work in a simplified manner to garner and maintain the audience's attention, among others. You can view the presentations online. (In English) (In Spanish)
Links Media provides technical assistance on design of Frontlines and Insider from USAID
Links Media has been awarded a contract with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to design and produce the Agency's highly-acclaimed magazines, FrontLines and the Insider. As an enhancement to the two publications, Links Media will be developing a Web-based version of both documents in addition to the print version. The FrontLines magazine features articles about USAID; international development and humanitarian assistance efforts around the world; and, the people who are dedicated to these efforts. The magazines are currently being bimonthly and distributed electronically and in print to over 32,000 subscribers. Read more.
Links Media presents on efforts to enhance avian or pandemic influenza communication in Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) region
The presentation, titled "Communications for Crisis Response Investments in LAC," will be held as part of a brown bag event at the United States Agency for International Development headquarters. Marisabel Sanchez, Links Media President & CEO, will discuss the core projects successfully implemented by the company, its vision of the public health communications space, and future plans.
Links Media participates in Pan American Health Organization's (PAHO's) Technical Advisory Group on Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Prevention and Control
At the meeting, Links Media provided inputs for the PAHO Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Program activities in the next two years. Links Media offered recommendations for efficient communication strategies to support AMR surveillance and infection control programs.
Links Media News from Paraguay:
News from Bolivia. Read more.
Links Media secures extensive coverage in The Language Magazine for its client, National Security Education Program (NSEP).
The story explores ‘What Business Wants: Language Needs in the 21st Century,’ a report that provides impetus to get languages in the core curriculum. Read more.
What Business Wants: Language Needs in the 21st Century
On March 2, at the National Press Club, four senior executives talked about the urgent need for more multilingual employees for the U.S. to be competitive in the next age of globalization. The speakers, business and academic leaders endorsed the arrival of a new report “What Business Wants: Language Needs in the 21st Century” produced by The Language Flagship, an initiative of the National Security Education Program at the U.S. Department of Defense. Read more.
Haiti Earthquake Relief
Our hearts and prayers are with our brothers and sisters from Haiti. Let's mobilize to help our friends recover from this terrible tragedy. You can find updates and opportunities on how to contribute by linking to reputable organizations such as:
Links Media Provides Translation Services in Support of Haitian Relief Efforts
In response to an urgent request from the Department of Homeland Security, Links Media translated several U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) documents from English into French and Haitian Creole. These instructions help Haitians apply for temporary protection status (TPS) and employment authorization. The Department of Homeland Security announced these temporary relief measures in the aftermath of January 12’s devastating earthquake. The instructions and forms, USCIS Haitian Relief Measures Questions and Answers, and Forms I-765 and I-821, are available here.
Guyana develops Operational Communication Plan for Pandemic Influenza Response
Guyana is about to take a decisive step in addressing the important issue of pandemic influenza. Under the direction of the Ministry of Health, the Caribbean nation is gathering key decisionmakers from January 26-28, 2010, to begin the development of a National Operational Influenza Pandemic Communication Strategy. See media coverage:
December 14, 2009
Paraguay launches a National Network of Communicators.
From left to right: Marisabel Sánchez, President, Links Media; Dr. Esperanza Martínez, Minister of Public Health and Social Wellbeing; Graciela Ávila, USAID/Paraguay Representative; Dr. Iván Allende, General Director of Health Surveillance of the Ministry of Public Health and Social Wellbeing at the opening ceremony of the Working Meeting: Introduction to the National Communication Plan for Avian Influenza and an Influenza Pandemic Preparedness and Response in Paraguay.
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Saint Lucia launches the national Pandemic Influenza Communications Strategy.
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October 28, 2009
Links Media launches the Pandemic Influenza Web site, which provides key information about pandemic preparedness for the Latin America and Caribbean Region. Through this Web site, visitors can have access to the Leadership During a Pandemic: What Your Municipality Can Do Toolkit, which provides information for municipal-level pandemic influenza preparedness and response.
September 21-23, 2009
Links Media hosts a partnership meeting with USAID, MSH, and Tango International to finalize The Multi-Sector Tool Kit for Pandemic Preparedness.
July 25, 2009
Countries race to contain resistance to key antimalarial Read more.
Special Report from The Lancet