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CCP study finds that starting conversations about malaria could encourage gold miners in Guyana to be promptly tested and treated for the disease.
Zika isn’t the threat it once was, but many of the recommended prevention behaviors are just as relevant for avoiding other mosquito-borne illnesses such as chikungunya and dengue. CCP has trained hundreds to spread the word.
In Guyana’s remote interior, one of the biggest threats to gold miners comes from one of the smallest sources: Mosquitoes carrying deadly malaria parasites. CCP is working to develop solutions.
In the five months since the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs was awarded the five-year, $300-million Breakthrough ACTION project by the U.S. Agency for International Development, seven countries have already signed on to the social and behavioral change project. Along with those seven countries