We work with you to provide the resources, know-how and connections to run your projects, initiatives and events. We can scale up quickly to meet your needs, no matter the size, location or duration of the work.
Fathm’s Agency Services Include:
Reports – Design and editing of your own content, or production of original content. We help you tell your story and engage your audience through impact reports, white papers, training guides and more.
Infodemic Response – Creating effective storytelling and visual content optimised for trust for fact-based communications.
Direct Publishing – Support to understand and adopt technologies, platforms and processes to utilise messaging platforms and chat apps to create direct communication with your audience, without algorithmic influence or the risk of interception by bad actors.
Production – Creating high quality, stand-out content with an emphasis on impactful communication and connection.
Featured Agency Services
Reports: Showcase your initiative with a comprehensive report highlighting activities, key stakeholders and impact. We provide detailed, edited, professionally produced reports and guides that provide lasting documentation of your project.
Infodemic Response: We can provide you with a strategic, targeted approach to combating the challenges of communicating with your audiences in an environment where information overload is all too real and where mis and disinformation are all too common. With our help, cut through the clutter to deliver on-message, impactful communications that are optimised for trust.
Case Study: Telling effective visual stories for fact-based health communications
Throughout 2021 Fathm worked on Viral Facts Africa, a collaborative project on in partnership with the World Health Organisation Regional Office for Africa. The project saw Fathm develop and establish a regional collaboration dedicated to creating engaging and shareable fact checks, debunks and explainers to tackle misinformation and address identified information gaps. Between March and September 2021, Viral Facts Africa videos were viewed over 170M times, and research showed that audiences who viewed Viral Facts Africa content were better informed on vaccine importance, safety, efficacy and side effects.