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Cholera vaccine trials based in the Waya Health Clinic District in the Lukanga region of Zambia, Sponsored by John Hopkins University, DOVE project  in partnership with CIRDRZ,  Traveled to the Lukanga Swamp where many of the volunteers work as fishermen, went with Friday Mawape, 47 and Osward Musenge, 43, They visited a fisherman's hut to see how they are smoking fish, ask about how they get water and where they go to the bathroom, they also talk to them about the cholera trials.  Many of the fishermen stay in the swamp for month or at a time
Friday is in blue and in the foreground, he is helping the fisherman get water from the swamp.

Not a Safe Drop to Drink

Without clean water and proper sanitation, many Zambian fishermen and their families are at serious risk for cholera. A joint research study supported by CCP aims to find better ways to protect them.


CCP Turns 30!

CCP Turns 30!

CCP staff members share some of their memories of working at the leader in social and behavior change and tell us what inspires them to do what they do.


A man paints a girl's face as part of a campaign to prevent cigarette smoking in India. © 2008 Saurabh Mittal, Courtesy of Photoshare

Now is the Time to Focus on NCDs

As the United Nations holds a high-level meeting on non-communicable diseases, Susan Krenn talks of the need to focus on diseases caused by lifestyle choices, which CCP's approaches are particularly well-suited to tackle.


Museum Adds Mosquito Emoji to its Collection

Museum Adds Mosquito Emoji to its Collection

The Victoria and Albert Museum's “rapid response collecting” program has been acquiring contemporary objects since 2014. The emoji, championed by CCP, joins a host of other items that "reveal truths about how we live."


CCP Begins HIV Self-Testing in Côte d’Ivoire

CCP Begins HIV Self-Testing in Côte d’Ivoire

“Many men are not going into the health centers. Somehow you need to bring the test to them,” says CCP's Danielle Naugle. “We need to make it as easy as possible for them to be tested."


Men in Madagascar load a truck with bales of insecticide-treated bed net during a 2014 pilot program.

Study: More Malaria Nets Likely Needed

"If we are serious about malaria control, it is abundantly clear that more [nets] need to be delivered than we are currently providing," writes CCP's Hannah Koenker.



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