New $24-Million Project in Malawi to Address Health Issues

JHU∙CCP announced today that it has been awarded $24 million from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement a five-year integrated health communication project in Malawi. The project, “Communicating, Networking, and Capacity-building to Effectively Respond Together” (CONCERT), will strengthen capacity at the

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Malawi Radio Program Finalist at New York Festivals

Chenicheni N’chiti? (What is the reality?), the national weekly radio program produced by CCP’s BRIDGE II Project in Malawi was awarded a finalist position at the New York Festivals® Radio Program and Promotion Awards World’s Best Radio Programs competition. Chenicheni N’chiti? competed against entries from over

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Helping Girls Stay Free of HIV Infection

An adolescent girl gets a second chance to attend school and reduce her vulnerability to HIV. Malawi’s national HIV prevalence rate is one of the highest in the world – 12 percent, according to the country’s most recent Demographic and Health Survey. The majority of

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