Fewer Malaria Nets, Lower Costs, More Protection
The idea of replacing mass campaigns with yearly school net distributions was "pretty revolutionary." Says CCP's Hannah Koenker: "It hadn’t ever been tried on such a large scale."
Harmful Social Norms Contribute to Risky Pregnancies
The dangers of pregnancy among older women and those with many children rarely discussed, a new CCP study suggests.
SBCC Summit Shares Declaration
Led by the Summit Secretariat and written with input from many of the 1,200 attendees, the declaration is meant to encapsulate key takeaways and to offer a roadmap for the future.
Bringing Nigerian Health Clinics Back to Life in 72 Hours
After each clinic makeover, the use of modern family planning services there increased significantly.
A Key to Preventing the Spread of New Diseases
Sometimes communication is all we have to effectively respond in real time to contain emergency health threats like the Nipah virus in India, writes CCP Executive Director Susan Krenn.