Religious Leaders’ Support Key to Family Planning
Women in Nigeria whose clerics extol the benefits of family planning were significantly more likely to adopt modern contraceptive methods, new CCP research suggests.
Not a Safe Drop to Drink
Without clean water and proper sanitation, many Zambian fishermen and their families are at serious risk for cholera. A research study led by the Delivering Oral Vaccine Effectively (DOVE) project aims to find better ways to protect them.
CCP Launches Health Website for Indonesian Youth
Indonesian adolescents have few places to turn for quality information about sexual and reproductive health. A new website aims to address that.
CCP Turns 30!
"Change, of course, has been a big part of the CCP journey," says CCP's Susan Krenn. "What hasn’t ever changed is the passion, drive and love of the work the CCP team brings to our mission of using the power of communication to improve and save lives."
Now is the Time to Focus on NCDs
The good news, says CCP's Susan Krenn, is that we know what works to slow infectious diseases. Our behavior change approaches are particularly well-suited to use to fight non-communicable diseases.