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    IFP's multimedia website presents IFP as a successful educational model, and serves as a vehicle for alumni from 22 countries to connect with each other.  The site features a live news feed, written and video profiles of featured alumni, a thesis library, and a history and archive of the program. Each of the 22 countries has its own group portal site, and each of the 4300 alumni has an individual profile page as part of an internal network.  The site can be viewed in 12 languages.         
    IFP's social media channels integrate with the website and serve as a vehicle for collecting alumni produced content, and connecting alumni using video conversations.      
    In-house publicity materials for the program included newsletters, reports, brochures, and printed publications (with original and sourced photography, original written content, and data visualization).      
 A series of  short films  demonstrate the impact of the International Fellowship Program (IFP), featuring community leaders in: Brazil, Palestine, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Ghana, Kenya; and co-produced additional films with global IFP Partner offices in: Senegal, Tanzania, Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda.      
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