The Smart Family Campaign “Pariwar Niyojan, Smart Banchha Jiwan” won the Advertising Agencies Association of Nepal (AAAN) Kriti Award for “Best Social Campaign” as well as a bronze award in the “Outdoor Advertising” category. The CCP campaign was designed specifically to re-position family planning as a smart, healthy choice for Nepal’s young generation of young people.


The Smart Family Campaign “Pariwar Niyojan, Smart Banchha Jiwan” won the prestigious Flame Award (Gold), recognizing it as the best Social Development and Corporate Social Responsibility campaign of 2017 in the Emerging Markets/South Asia category in the competition. More


Benjamin Lozare, Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Health Communication Programs in the spring of 2017.


Douglas Storey  Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Health Communication Programs II: Implementation and Evaluation in the spring of 2017.


Caroline Jacoby  Excellence in Teaching award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, most recently for teaching the course entitled Entertainment Education for Behavior Change and Development in the summer of 2016.


United Against Malaria (UAM) was awarded Global Campaign of the Year at the 2014 PRWeek Awards ceremony held in New York City on March 20, 2014. The designation honors UAM’s seamless integration into the 2013 Orange™ Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) soccer tournament, reaching an estimated 1 billion people with life-saving messages about prevention and treatment of malaria. More


Tanzania Capacity and Communication Project (TCCP) received from the USAID/Tanzania Health Team, the Mobile Health at Scale award during an end-of-year partners meeting on December 11, 2013, for TCCP’S groundbreaking work on the Green Star family planning campaign and Wazazi Nipendeni (“Love me, parents” safe motherhood campaign. More


Baltimore CCP was honored with the 2013 Community Partners Award from the Family League, an award that recognizes the key role CCP has played in the B’more for Healthy Babies Initiative, launched in response to the high infant mortality rate (IMR) in Baltimore City – historically one of the worst in the nation. November 2013. More


Kenya’s Jongo Love, CCP Tupange radio drama series won the One World Media Award in London on May 7th, 2013 in the Digital Media category. More


South Africa’s Intersexions, an HIV drama series developed as part of USAID/PEPFAR-funded Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa, (JHHESA) won the award for Best Mass Media intervention, campaign or production at the AfricomNet Awards for Excellence in Health Communication held in Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania in November 2012. More


South Africa‘s Brothers For Life campaign, a national men’s program developed as part of USAID/PEPFAR-funded Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa, (JHHESA) was awarded Best Multi Channel Intervention at the AfricomNet Awards for Excellence in Health Communication held in Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania in November 2012. More


Pakistan’s Bol, a film co-produced by CCP under USAID-funded Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN) project, was awarded Best Film, Best Actress, and Best Actor at the 11th Annual Lux Style Awards held at the Expo Centre in Karachi, Pakistan July 22, 2012. More


Uganda’s Rock Point 256, a radio series addressing a wide range of health issues, including HIV, alcohol abuse, gender-based violence and family planning, received an award on May 18, 2012 from the Local Content Award in the UCC-organized Annual Communications Innovation Awards (ACIA 2012). Rock Point 256 is produced by Communication for Development Foundation Uganda through the Young Empowered and Healthy initiative with technical assistance from CCP’s Health Communication Partnership, and funding from USAID.


Kenya’s CCP Well Told Story won the Children and Young People category at the International Digital Emmy Award in Cannes on April 2012 for the Shujaaz. FM multi-media communications project designed to inspire and motivate millions of Kenyans to take action to improve their lives.More


South Africa’s Intersexions, an HIV drama series co-produced by Curious Pictures and Ants Multimedia, in partnership with Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa (JHHESA) and SABC Education and with funding from USAID and PEPFAR won the George Foster Peabody Award on April 2012. More


Pakistan’s Bol, a film co-produced by CCP under USAID-funded Pakistan Initiative for Mothers and Newborns (PAIMAN) project, was awarded Best Film, Best Female Actor, and Best New Talent at the Asian Film Festival in London in March 2012. Bol reached more than 5.7 million women, families and health care providers, with activities to reduce Pakistan’s maternal and neonatal mortality and improve child health.  More


Go Girls! Initiative was selected as one of the Women Deliver 50, one of the 50 most “Inspiring Ideas and Solutions for Girls and Women” in the category of Health Interventions on March 2012. More


South Africa’s Intersexions, a drama serial created by the USAID/PEPFAR-funded Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa, (JHHESA) won 11 South Africa Film and TV awards, including Best TV Drama, Best Director, Best Actor and Best Actress. More


The Gold Medallion Award

CCP awards the Gold Medallion to an individual or group that has made an outstanding contribution to saving lives and improving health through strategic communication. Past recipients of the Gold Medallion include:

In 2014, CCP awarded the Gold Medallion to Gabrielle Fitzgerald for her tireless efforts on behalf of malaria advocacy.

CCP gratefully acknowledges the Asahi Kasei Corporation of Japan for its support of the Gold Medallion award.