CCP Celebrates World Radio Day

Entertainment education (EE) is an approach to social and behavior change communication (SBCC) where health and social messages are purposefully incorporated into entertaining programming. Today we’re celebrating radio, one of the most popular and powerful EE mediums. Radio remains one of the most accessed platforms

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Health Promotion Policy launch
Health Promotion Policy Launches in Malawi

On February 21, the Malawi Ministry of Health launched a new Health Promotion Policy. The policy, developed after wide consultation with government departments and communication experts, seeks to build inter-sectoral collaboration to tackle the socio-economic determinants of health. The Health Promotion Policy will ensure that

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Malawians discuss how to reduce HIV risk exposure, including limiting concurrent sexual partnerships.
Research Explores Implications for HIV Programming in Malawi

People feel pity… but he is labeled Casanova.” -Adult male research participant New research conducted by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (JHU∙CCP) in Malawi examines concurrent sexual partnerships. Researchers from JHU∙CCP looked at social norms relating to concurrent

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