CCP Program Changing Health Behaviors in DRC
A survey of people living in rural Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) found that more men appear to be accompanying their pregnant wives to prenatal care appointments since a CCP health campaign launched last year.
MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH
Beyond Bed Nets: A Market for More Mosquito Control
A new CCP-led study in Kenya found that consumers are looking for and purchasing mosquito-control products that are easy to use and can be used indoors and outdoors when people are awake and not asleep under their nets.
Campaign Works to Tackle Tuberculosis in Nigeria
For World Tuberculosis Day, CCP's Kanika Campbell talks with two leaders of a CCP-led campaign designed to help identify and treat more TB cases in Nigeria, which has the highest prevalence of the disease in Africa.
Malaria Behavior Surveys Fill in Knowledge Gaps
The surveys, led by CCP, have been completed in three African countries, and a half-dozen more are in the pipeline. The information from this comprehensive research will guide countries as they determine how to better tackle the mosquito-borne illness.
Making Vaccines the New Social Norm
In a commentary published on Global Health Now, CCP's Susan Krenn talks about the need to quickly improve COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and the dire consequences of failing to do so.
Vasectomy is Underused as Family Planning Method
Vasectomy is a safe and cost-effective family planning option, but accounts for just 1.2 percent of contraceptive use in low- and middle-income countries, according to a new advocacy report created by CCP.
CCP Launches Rapid Response to Ebola in Guinea
When Guinea identified an Ebola outbreak in February, CCP hit the airwaves within days with messaging on how Guineans could protect themselves from the disease and highlighting the importance of the Ebola vaccine.