Now 80, Sabido began his career in EE decades ago when, as a television executive in Mexico, he wondered if the medium could be used to change people's behavior for the better.
Videos released for World Malaria Day tell the stories of the people who CCP's VectorWorks project and the Tanzanian government rely on to help them prevent malaria.
The 2018 International SBCC Summit closed Friday with excitement and inspiration and a commitment to do even better in the future to improve people’s lives around the world.
More than 1,150 people from 93 countries are gathering this week in Nusa Dua, Indonesia to discuss what works in social and behavior change communication and what the future of the field should look like.
If you are joining us at the SBCC Summit, please visit booths #32 and #33, where you can meet CCP staff and learn about our proven tools. CCP staff will also be presenting their work throughout the week.
A media campaign in Liberia increased the odds that young children with fevers quickly received appropriate malaria treatment.
“I have heard some girls saying, 'We now want guys who are circumcised, we no longer want the uncircumcised ones as they may have [HIV/AIDS]’,” one uncircumcised 16-year-old from Zimbabwe told researchers.
New CCP research suggests that women in districts where family planning was prioritized were significantly more likely to be using the modern contraceptive methods they wanted.
In rural Kenya in the mid-1990s, Rael Odengo had no running water, but the teen had a radio. The Youth Variety Show was her only way to get family planning information. Now, at CCP, she creates the kind of programs that shaped her youth.
Couples in Mali who spoke to one another about family planning were not only more likely to use modern contraception, but to adopt other healthy behaviors.