Lobodocs director Richard Wolf has designed and implemented successful complex media campaigns in four continents, with focus on humanitarian organizations.
He has led communications teams for the United Nations Peacekeeping, UNDP and UNICEF, ranging from emergency response to social, health, energy and development initiatives. The focus is to deliver an integrated solution whose tools are the most adequate to convey to the target audiences the priority messaging, custom tailoring it to the different stakeholders.
We integrate branding, multimedia, social media, music, print, radio, television, outreach and audience surveys into a whole package that delivers measurable results. For a single event or to tackle a more complex regional or national issue, Lobodocs scales and oversees media campaigns to the needs and resources of the client. Here are some cases.
Spearheaded communications team response, including TV, print, outreach, social media - 42 million Facebook followers, participation of Mark Zuckerberg.
United Nations Global Service Centre
Led and inspired a complete branding package, including logo, motto, webpage, electronic signatures, presentation templates, social media strategy.
Polio Eradication in Africa
Helmed a multi-million dollar budget from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation through UNICEF. Eight full fledged national campaigns in one year. Polio eradication in the affected countries achieved. Mission accomplished.
Powering the Future We Want
Production of integrated multimedia products for a major clean energy initiative involving the United Nations and a trust fund from China.
UNDP South-South Cooperation
Comprehensive multimedia documentation and dissemination of development and disaster relief projects in Asia and Africa.
Syria Crisis Communications
Structured the communications strategy for the international humanitarian organizations working inside Syria during the conflict, with emphasis on resilience, livelihoods and sustainability.