|Organisation :||Atlantic Council for International Cooperation|
|Type :||Organisme non gouvernemental|
|Mandat :||The Atlantic Council for International Cooperation (ACIC) is a unique coalition of Atlantic Canadian organizations and individuals working on, or having an interest in, international development and cooperation issues, working together to achieve sustainable global development in a peaceful and healthy environment, with social justice, human dignity, and participation for all. ACIC supports its members in development and development education through collective leadership, networking, information, training and coordination, and represents their interests when dealing with government and others. We currently have 55 members, including national and grassroots organizations from across the Atlantic Provinces.|
|Adresse :||210-2099 Gottingen Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia,
FAX: (902) 431-3216
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|Personne ressource :||Jessica Dubelaar|
|Description du stage :||
While in Canada with the host NSGA, the Communications Specialist will
assist in developing and implementing NSGA's public awareness strategy,
organizing information, photos, reports and stories to develop messages,
presentations, media articles and display boards to inform the Canadian public
about key development and health issues in West Africa that NSGA is tackling in
The Gambia and Sierra Leone with its Peer Health Education activities. In The
Gambia and Sierra Leone offices, the communications specialist will work with
NSGA media units, drama troupes and peer health education teams to help
develop, script, direct, produce and edit broadcast materials (radio,
television and film) to inform the public of key health messages to improve
public health and prevent HIV/AIDS and other contagious diseases.
In the NSGA Canada office, the Intern will collect and organize relevant institutional/media information from NSGA documents on file and through direct communication with Canadian and African partners of NSGA. He/she will develop, produce and edit media articles, display boards, multi-media presentations, and public awareness documents, including the NSGA bi-annual magazine. The Intern will assist with distribution of public awareness messages and information, electronically, by telephone, in public presentations and also with the media, when required, and develop effective strategies for reaching clearly defined audiences in Canada.
In The Gambia and Sierra Leone, the Intern will work directly with media units and NSGA staff and/or partners to collect story material, organize existing media programs (audio and visuals for radio and television), and assist media personnel to develop, script, record, produce and edit media packages, as part of the NSGA public awareness strategy to inform the public. This may include working with local radio or television stations to negotiate additional broadcast media willing to carry NSGA educational and media packages. It may also include capacity-building training of NSGA staff and partners to increase technical, scripting, directing skills, knowledge of software and management of digital information. The Intern may be expected to travel with the Drama Troupes and field staff to remote and difficult rural areas to collect first-hand recorded material and stories about NSGA work (Peer Health Education, community events, and other on-going NSGA project activities).
|Organisation d'accueil :||Nova Scotia - Gambia Association|
|Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil :||The Nova Scotia - Gambia Association is a non-profit volunteer organization with its headquarters in Canada that works through partnerships with Gambians, Sierra Leoneans and other West Africans to pursue initiatives in health, education, justice and environment for equitable and sustainable futures for youth. The NSGA's Gambian office and its Sierra Leone Program employ Program Directors, regional and field coordinators and support staff, plus drama troupes comprising youth, as well as media units to promote Peer Health Education that involves basic health, prevention of HIV and other contagious diseases, and increased public awareness of key developmental and social issues through cinema, drama, community films and radio broadcasts leading to public education.|