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Hello from CommsConsult!

After a wonderfully busy year here at CommsConsult it's time again to reflect on some of the highlights including a number of exciting projects and some great new partnerships. 

Not only are we proud to present the new and improved website, where you can find out all about us and the work we do, but we also have a new office in Zimbabwe! While our Zimbabwe team Farai and Nyasha are settling in, you can take a look at the photos here

Spotlight on... External Communications Review of the International Food Policy Research Institute

Last year, CommsConsult was commissioned by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) to carry out a review of the effectiveness of their communication and reach to their key stakeholders. Through surveys and analytical methods, CommsConsult were able to advise IFPRI on recommendations to better engage with their audience. Read more about this case study here.

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A busy time for Research to Action

With an ever increasing number of handy and practical posts, Research to Action continues to attract a growing number of dedicated readers to the site. Research to Action is successfully developing the amount of content on the site and continues to deliver services around research communication and engagement. Read some of the latest posts including "Using Instagram for research communication" and "How to communicate success through research case studies"

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We've updated our website!

We are excited to announce we now have a cleaner, clearer and most importantly, more user friendly website. On our home page you can now find our case studies and news stories, alongside information about what our UK and Africa team have been up to. Read all about it here.

On the blog - Radio jingles: The solution to Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision?

Nyasha writes about her opinion of a catchy Zimbabwean radio commercial which aims to encourage men towards Voluntary Medical Circumcision, in this thought provoking article.

CommsConsult Impact Training Workshop, October 2013

Impact Training Workshop - Dr. Andrew Clappison presenting "Designing the Impact Journey using Theory of Change".

Impact Training Workshop - CommsConsult Director, Megan Lloyd-Laney during group work with participants.

Impact Training Workshop - Dr. Misha Myers presenting "Take me to the bridge" - Finding, embedding and documenting impact.

Group work during the Impact Training Workshop, see the rest of our Workshop photos here.