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Douglas Storey is being honored with the 2021-22 Excellence in International Public Health Practice award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for his work on the COVID-19 Behaviors Dashboard.
Many people living in Ukraine – and the countries on its borders – are reporting symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as food and financial insecurity, feelings that have risen to new heights since Russia started its war with Ukraine at the end of February.
With low COVID-19 vaccination rates in the Democratic Republic of Congo, CCP is using testimonials from those who have already chosen to be vaccinated to help others understand why they should, too.
CCP increased modern contraception use among patients in private-sector hospitals, and left behind digital tools to help sustain success in the coming months and years.
As the highly contagious variant of COVID-19 has spread across the United States, a significantly higher percentage of Americans have sought testing for the virus, tested positive for the virus and say they are more concerned about getting sick.
With COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5-11 rolling out in the United States this month – and vaccines for kids ages 12-17 approved since May – a dashboard developed by CCP shows what American parents are saying about whether they would get their kids vaccinated and why.
Instead of rising during the pandemic to slow the spread of COVID-19, new CCP research finds that handwashing rates actually fell in parts of sub-Saharan Africa.
New data from the COVID Behaviors Dashboard, developed by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, show that 82 percent of those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19 in the United States have little or no interest in ever getting a vaccine. The findings, collected
So-called real-time monitoring can assist teams in low- and middle-income countries by monitoring their progress, tracking supplies and seeing where there may be pockets of children being missed in hard-to-reach areas.
CCP’s new FP insight tool, designed by and for members of the family planning and reproductive health community, is inspired by Pinterest and other social media apps to spark creativity and learning by sharing resources and ideas about family planning.
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