In Ethiopia, Large Family Size is Norm
According to new CCP research, women in rural Ethiopia won't consider modern contraception until they already have four or five children, making it challenging to increase family planning use in the country.
How to Use the New Mosquito Emoji
It's finally here! Thanks to the advocacy of CCP and others, the mosquito emoji is now available for you to text, tweet and more. We put our heads together and came up with a few ideas for how you can use it.
'You Have to Invest Now'
A CCP-led advocacy program in Tanzania used cost data to convince the nation’s leading private health insurer to begin covering the costs of modern contraception.
Beyond Bed Nets: Mosquitoes Don’t Just Bite at Bedtime
CCP is leading a symposium to explore the latest research and tools for those parts of the world where access to and use of treated bed nets is high, but malaria cases persist.
Taking a Deep Dive into Why Nigeria’s TB Rates are High
With the ultimate aim of increasing Nigeria’s TB case detection rate, the CCP-led research team set out to put themselves in the shoes of their end users.