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More than 35 years ago, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs was created to recognize the crucial role of communication in public health. We remain leaders in social and behavior change today because we understand that words matter, that community matters and that only by working together can we improve the health of individuals, families and communities around the world.
We work with governments and NGOs, providers and clients, community health workers and religious leaders, and men and women who simply want healthier lives for those they love. We stand alongside partners rooted in the communities where we work to better understand the needs of those we serve – and help them advocate for what they need to break down the barriers standing in the way of sustainable change.
Racism and oppression are lived experiences. At CCP, we continually examine our work through a lens of inclusivity, aiming to dismantle bias both implicit and explicit within our organization. By carefully looking inward, we can recommit ourselves to truly embodying the diversity, inclusion, anti-racism and equity we work toward every day around the world.