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Ugandans between the ages of 18 and 29 say their access to services such as family planning and maternal and child health has been limited by the pandemic, according to a CCP survey.
To change bed net behaviors in Nigeria, new CCP research suggests it’s vital that communication programs engage on an emotional level.
“It’s a win for everyone, which has translated into the increased adoption of family planning services” says CCP’s Executive Director Susan Krenn.
Winners named in contest developed to gather 10 firsthand accounts of how social and behavior change approaches have been used by people and organizations to improve family planning outcomes.
September 26 is World Contraception Day, but we need to be working all year round to increase access to modern contraception for all women who need it, says CCP’s Executive Director Susan Krenn. COVID-19 and other barriers are making this work more difficult.
A new interactive tool captures knowledge, attitudes and behaviors around vaccines, masking and more from 12 million people in 115 countries.
“Vaccination is not gender blind and we know that from previous vaccination campaigns,” says Joanna Skinner, one of the leaders of CCP’s gender work. “By paying attention to gender issues, you can have a greater impact in terms of behavior change.”
CCP will use the additional funds to promote COVID-19 vaccine acceptance and prepare for future pandemics in 18 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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