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How Gender Plays a Role in Zika Prevention

Successful programs to prevent the spread of the Zika virus in the Dominican Republic should include a focus on ways in which gender roles may contribute to transmission of the disease, new CCP research suggests.


New Dates Announced for 2020 SBCC Summit

New Dates Announced for 2020 SBCC Summit

The 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit, postponed last week due to the global coronavirus pandemic, has been rescheduled for Oct. 19 to 23 in Marrakech, Morocco.


CCP's Rael Odengo works with 16-year-old Dominic Johnson and others to develop a digital campaign to engage young dads.

Listening to and Learning from Young Dads

A CCP-led hackathon brought together young dads in Baltimore to design a digital campaign to engage other young dads as they navigate the demands of new fatherhood.


CCP Creates Clearinghouse for COVID-19 Resources

CCP Creates Clearinghouse for COVID-19 Resources

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs has created a one-stop shop for the latest social and behavior change communication resources available on the novel coronavirus COVID-19, which has been spreading across the globe since December.


2020 International SBCC Summit Postponed

2020 International SBCC Summit Postponed

Given the latest WHO guidance, the unpredictable nature of the novel coronavirus and the growing number of travel restrictions in place, organizers have made the “extremely difficult decision” to postpone this month’s 2020 International SBCC Summit in Marrakech, Morocco.


Daizie Muzira is a student in Uganda who volunteers at Youth Equality Center, which advocates for youth sexual and reproductive health. Her story appeared in FP Voices.

Young People Gain from Sharing Family Planning Stories

Providing an opportunity for young people to publicly share their personal stories about family planning can help elevate their visibility, motivate them and instill confidence and pride in their work, according to a small new CCP study.


A child in Botswana is fitted for eyeglasses. A CCP-led proposal would expand access to critical vision services in four African countries.

Bringing Eyeglasses to the Masses in Africa

An ambitious CCP proposal to bring eyeglasses to people who need them in four African countries is in the running for a $100 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.


Photo: Screenshot from video posted by South China Morning Post.

CCP Helps Prepare for New Outbreaks Like Coronavirus

CCP is working in Asia and Africa to strengthen national capacity for risk communication and community engagement around emerging infectious diseases such as the coronavirus that is capturing headlines around the world.


‘Turning all Nigerians into Cough Monitors’

‘Turning all Nigerians into Cough Monitors’

A successful CCP pilot program significantly increased the number of symptomatic Nigerians referred for tuberculosis testing. Now, USAID is expanding the program to reach even more Nigerians with TB.



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