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“We have become the go-to journal for program knowledge and for lessons learned,” says Natalie Culbertson, the founding managing director of Global Health: Science and Practice.
Years after the population, health and environment program, new findings suggest many communities have continued to nurture the seeds planted.
Breakthrough ACTION-Liberia played a lead role in agenda setting for the symposium, and organized two sessions on community engagement.
“There are worse ways to spend your time and take an active role in family planning,” says CCP’s Dominick Shattuck, in a commentary published in the Baltimore Sun.
CCP research suggests ways to improve uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine, which was just approved in Côte d’Ivoire for pregnant women in January.
“Behind these numbers are human lives,” says CCP’s Tina Suliman. “There are people we love, community members in these numbers.”
“We are proud to be able to continue serving people around the world who want to be protected from what is still a global pandemic,” says the director of the Breakthrough ACTION project.
CCP will lead social and behavior change work for the project, a five-year undertaking that will work to achieve a long-lasting and sustainable impact.
“Conducting power analyses is only the beginning,” the authors write. “We also need to be transparent in socializing our findings and applying them to shift power imbalances.”
Debora B. Freitas López, MS, a global leader in social and behavior change communication with experience across Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia, has been chosen as the new executive director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. The Brazilian-born Freitas López,
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