Sean Southey Speaks on Comics Uniting Nations

After a panel seat at the 2015 New York Comic Con, PCI Media Impact CEO Sean Southey spoke to Europa Newswire. He discussed the inception of "Comics Uniting Nations", which is putting the Sustainable Development Goals into comic form. Read the full interview here. Read more  »

"Let's Speak Out" Campaign Hits Liberian Press

In October 2015, we re-launched our campaign to end sexual violence against children in Liberia. Its initial 5 days of rallies, concerts and speeches in Brewerville, Liberia caused a surge in national press coverage. Read one front page article here. Read more  »

Comics Uniting Nations Featured by UNICEF

Olav Kjorven, UNICEF’s Director of Public Partnerships, has lent his personal voice to our most recent collaborative project, Comics Uniting Nations. He has spoken widely on the power of comics to change the world and push forward the United Nations SDGs. Read his case here. Read more  »

Eastern Caribbean Countries Compete in First-Ever Conservation Campaign Contest

Protecting coastlines always requires cooperation from entire communities, but for the first time in the Caribbean it will also require competition. In this region, where some of the world’s most beautiful islands are connected by turquoise water, sandy beaches and vibrant coral reefs, the ECMMAN public... Read more  »


In partnership with the Uganda Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (U-PCLG), PCI Media Impact today launched a conservation music video (and related materials) titled:“Imagine Bwindi” to commemorate World Wildlife Day, 3rd March 2015. The song and video celebrate the many beautiful... Read more  »

#ISurvivedEbola Campaign Goes On-Air In Liberia, Expands to Sierra Leone

Follow the #ISurvivedEbola campaign at: CONTACT: Carolyn Kindelan, Communication Manager at PCI Media Impact,  +1-757-675-2110, is available to respond to media queries and to liaise with campaign staff on... Read more  »

Survivors Take Spotlight in New Campaign to End Africa's Ebola Outbreak

Follow the #ISurvivedEbola campaign at: CONTACT: Carolyn Kindelan, Communication Manager at PCI Media Impact,  +1-757-675-2110, is available to respond to media queries and to liaise with campaign staff on... Read more  »

#ISurvivedEbola New App in Newsweek Article

#ISurvivedEbola has launched a new, interactive mobile app that allows Ebola survivors to connect with each other and share health information. Newsweek shares how PCI Media Impact tackles Ebola through story-telling, serial dramas, and an interactive app. To read the article, click ... Read more  »

PopSci on #ISurvivedEbola and Reducing Stigma

#ISurvivedEbola informs the West African general public about the virus and Ebola protection. PopSci explains how the campaign reduces stigmatization and shifts the international narrative around the Ebola outbreak towards hope.   To read the article, click here.   Read more  »

The UN Foundation Blog shares William's Story of Survival

Ebola survivor William Poopei narrates his story of how he and his son, Patrick, contracted and recovered from Ebola in Liberia. To read the article, click here. To watch William's... Read more  »

#ISurvivedEbola featured in Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs features the #ISurvivedEbola Campaign and highlights the video and audio initiatives with a focus on how the campaign is designed  to provide life-saving health ... Read more  »

CEO Sean Southey & the #ISurvivedEbola Campaign on CNNi

Last week on CNN international, Media Impact CEO Sean Southey unveiled the innovative #ISurvivedEbola campaign and its crucial role in the fight against Ebola. The campaign is funded in part by U.S philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft and founder of Vulcan Production: Paul G.... Read more  »

Survivors Take Spotlight in New Campaign To End West Africa’s Ebola Outbreak

MONROVIA, Liberia – The #ISurvivedEbola campaign has kicked off with the release of the first in a series of videos that feature Ebola survivors from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea sharing their stories and perspectives with the world. The multimedia campaign is the first to... Read more  »

International Youth Day 2014

In celebration of International Youth Day 2014, we want to give you an exclusive unveiling of our latest production out of Latin America, written and produced by Peruvian adolescents, for Peruvian adolescents through our project My Youth-My Community: Teenage Pregnancy and Reproductive Health. "Amor en Bujuy... Read more  »

Ndovu Music Contest Featured in Kenya's The Star Newspaper

Last week, The Ndovu Music Contest was featured in Kenya's daily newspaper, The Star. The article highlighted rapper Juliani, a representative of the contest, and his recent trip to Amboseli National Park to learn more about wildlife conservation in Kenya. To read the article,... Read more  »

How Music Saves Elephants in Africa

PCI Media Impact was recently featured in the newest issue of Mazingira Yetu, a magazine from Kenyan organization Ideal Connect, for our musical approach to promote elephant conservation in Tanzania and Kenya. The article highlights our recent accomplishments with Tanzanian musician Mrisho Mpoto's anti-poaching... Read more  »

Ndovu Music Contest Launches in Kenya

The Ndovu Music Contest launched on June 7th in Nairboi, Kenya! In order to promote elephant conservation and anti-poaching messages, PCI Media Impact, in partnership with WildlifeDirect, has launched a song contest titled "Ndovu Music Contest" ('Ndovu' means 'elephant' in Swahili). As part of this program, one... Read more  »

At the end of May,  Jessica Robbins, PCI Media Impact’s Islands Communications Officer, in partnership with the Global Island Partnership (GLISPA) published a new report which focuses on islands solutions in conservation and sustainability globally. See the full publication here. Find out more about our exciting island programs... Read more  »

Official launch of the Ndovu Music Contest

The Ndovu Music Contest launched on June 7th in Nairboi, Kenya! PCI Media Impact has joined forces with WildlifeDirect out of Nairobi to launch a song competition called Ndovu Music Contest to promote elephant conservation and anti-poaching messages.  ‘Ndovu’ means ‘elephant’ in Swahili. We are humbled that one of... Read more  »