Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs – Zambia
Plot No. 1321, Enock Kavu Road
off Addis Ababa Drive
P.O. Box 39090
Tel: +21-1-254-555; 553; 552; 728 | Fax: +21-1-253-839
A USAID-funded program, the Zambia Integrated Systems Strengthening Program (ZISSP) is designed to increase utilization of critical high- impact health services through a health systems strengthening approach. It works at the national, provincial, district and community levels in collaboration with the Ministry of Health (MoH) to strengthen health systems. The program focuses on the following high-impact health services; HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH), maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH), and nutrition. ZISSP is operating in 9 provinces and 27 districts of Zambia.
Research to Prevention (R2P) is a five-year HIV prevention project funded by USAID. Led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health and managed by CCP, R2P partners with faculty throughout the Johns Hopkins Schools of Public Health, Medicine and Nursing, as well as Tulane University, the Medical University of South Carolina and the University of North Carolina. It seeks to answer the question: What are the most effective interventions for preventing the spread of HIV?
The Health Communication Partnership Associate Award (HCP AA), a six-year project funded by USAID, addresses individual and community health priorities in Zambia. HCP AA builds on the foundation of ZIHPCOMM which changed individual behavior, mobilized communities, created an enabling environment for sound health practices and made social services more people-centered.