WWF Adria monitors the news from eight countries at the same time

WWF Adria has been active in the Dinaric Arc region for more than 15 years, working in eight separate countries. They chose Mediatoolkit because of the tool’s abilities to monitor mentions from several languages and countries from a same account, which enables them to easily access all relevant public information from the same place. 

WWF Adria tracks topics concerning environment protection from the rest of the world as well.

Name of company

WWF Adria


Industry

NGO



Location

Croatia


Number of queries

<10


Company size

Mid-sized organization

How do they use Mediatoolkit

WWF Adria with its head office in Zagreb, Croatia, also works in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, FYR Macedonia, Kosovo, Slovenia and Serbia. WWF Adria is a branch of, and acts through, the WWF Mediterranean Programme established by WWF International to protect forests, marine and freshwater ecosystems in the Mediterranean. They collaborate on and lead projects in more than 12 countries, both on policy issues and communication.

Communication activities are a significant part of WWF’s activities, and the Communications Department uses Mediatoolkit to find important topics concerning the protection of the environment. For example, they monitored the media and found news on the razor-wire fence being set up between Croatia and Slovenia to prevent refugees from illegally crossing over. WWF Adria’s employees monitored the topic in media and responded with a warning that the border was threatening wildlife and endangering cross-border habitats. The foreign media gained interest in the topic as well, further raising awareness of the cause.

As one of Mediatoolkit’s great advantages, they see the ability to cover news from several markets at once. This is both because the organisation is regional in character, but also because they need to monitor news from the world to stay in touch with recent events.

Since all team members can use Mediatoolkit at the same time, everyone is on the same page when it comes to receiving relevant information. WWF says that it has made the process faster and more advanced, and most importantly: that it saved a significant amount of time, enabling them to focus on the strategic efforts of the organization.

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