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It’s time to put science behind our communication, just as we have put science behind tackling this devastating disease, writes CCP’s Susan Krenn.
Real-time monitoring can bolster the effectiveness of immunization campaigns in low- and middle-income countries by enabling health officials to reach more children quickly, track vaccine supplies and identify issues and gaps, new CCP research suggests.
In Cambodia, a family of animated rabbits is helping kids – and their parents – stay safe from COVID-19 and deal with the struggles of virtual schooling during the pandemic.
Using basic mobile phones, 60,000 Nigerians have dialed into a game where they can win points for their mastery of important maternal and child health information. This approach has drawn in a large number of men on a topic where it is often hard to engage them.
Public-private partnerships have opened up access to digital platforms that facilitate change and amplify outreach to much larger audiences, as the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs’ Breakthrough ACTION project has shown during the pandemic.
The findings, culled from surveys of more than 720,000 people in 23 countries, allow researchers, public health programmers and policymakers to see and respond to trends.
A social media campaign created by CCP and the Department of Health in the Philippines to help its citizens prevent the spread of COVID-19 wins a prestigious award. The Facebook page they created has reached 160 million people since it started in late March.
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