Advocacy


Advocacy —whether for policy change, resources, programs—depends on collective action and the ability to generate momentum over time. Using a variety of innovative and evidence-based strategies, CCP mobilizes advocacy programs around the world dedicated to HIV and malaria prevention, as well as family planning and reproductive health.

Our teams use an evidence-based approach to guide program development and implementation, along with a strategic advocacy model which offers a framework and guiding principles to affect both policy change and resource mobilization efforts.

All effective advocacy programs inherently generate momentum; at CCP, we feel that the stronger the force, the more power is generated to make change. CCP advocacy efforts are not a step by step, linear process, but evolve depending on input from stakeholders, available resources and changing internal and external environments.

For more information, contact: Claudia Vondrasek | cvondrasek@jhu.edu