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Communications
The Communications Department is responsible for developing a coherent voice and delivering clear public messages to inform both US and
international audiences of MSF, its field activities and the humanitarian principles that underpin them; to raise awareness about the plight of the
populations we serve; to promote public communication aimed at exposing and describing the field reality, including dilemmas and challenges;
and to garner public understanding for our advocacy messages related to field operational concerns and the Access Campaign, via the media,
print and digital channels, public awareness and advocacy campaigns, conferences, etc.
Communications
The Communications Department is responsible for developing a coherent voice and delivering clear public messages to inform both US and international audiences of MSF, its field activities and the humanitarian principles that underpin them; to raise awareness about the plight of the populations we serve; to promote public communication aimed at exposing and describing the field reality, including dilemmas and challenges; and to garner public understanding for our advocacy messages related to field operational concerns and the Access Campaign, via the media, print and digital channels, public awareness and advocacy campaigns, conferences, etc.
Communications
The Communications Department is responsible for developing a coherent voice and delivering clear public messages to inform both US and international audiences of MSF, its field activities and the humanitarian principles that underpin them; to raise awareness about the plight of the populations we serve; to promote public communication aimed at exposing and describing the field reality, including dilemmas and challenges; and to garner public understanding for our advocacy messages related to field operational concerns and the Access Campaign, via the media, print and digital channels, public awareness and advocacy campaigns, conferences, etc.