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The new project, Knowledge SUCCESS, will use the latest learnings from behavioral science and design thinking to make knowledge management easy, attractive, salient and timely.
The latest issue of Global Health: Science and Practice (GHSP), based at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, is rich with articles on a wide variety of topics related to family planning.
Research shows that funding for and uptake of long-acting and permanent contraceptive methods (LAPMs) significantly increased in six districts in East Java and West Nusa Tenggara as a result of evidence-based advocacy. After three years of targeted advocacy efforts led by the Improving Contraceptive Method
CCP staff member Jarret Cassaniti attended FHI360’s Gender360 Summit in Washington, DC last month. He shares his experience facilitating a discussion at the Summit’s gender lounge. At FHI360’s 2015 Gender360 Summit I was introduced to two knowledge management tools: gender lounges and mind mapping. While
USAID, K4Health and the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) are pleased to launch the Zika Communication Network (ZCN) —a reliable one-stop shop for Zika prevention and preparedness materials. ZCN curates essential, evidence-based tools and resources to help health and development professionals minimize the spread of
Across the developing world, wealthier women are generally more likely than poorer women to use long-acting and permanent methods of contraception than short-acting methods, according to new research published in the March issue of Global Health: Science and Practice. The findings are based on
This post by CCP staff members Rupali J. Limaye and Anne Kott originally appeared in New Security Beat, the blog of the Environmental Change and Security Program at the Wilson Center. Zika is a global health challenge. Since its outbreak in Brazil last May, the
As the world grows smaller, vigilance against epidemics and emerging diseases is more crucial than ever. Much of the responsibility falls on laboratory scientists, who must continually hone their skills and knowledge in the battle against Ebola, malaria, TB and other deadly illnesses. In Nigeria,
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