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USAID has awarded nearly $10 million to the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs to help 18 countries respond to the COVID-19 pandemic through risk communication and community engagement activities.
A CCP project increased five-fold the number of men in two Mozambican provinces undergoing circumcision in just two years. Circumcision is an HIV prevention strategy.
“Ending stigma and discrimination is essential to halting the spread of HIV,” says CCP’s Beth Mallalieu. The successful program was used in Mozambique.
With the launch this week of a VectorWorks website in the run-up to World Malaria Day, the CCP-led project’s bounty of resources and research updates are now readily available in a central archive. The VectorWorks website “introduces the project and what we’re working on and
Life for Cecilia Eduado Dete and her son, Mario, used to be very difficult. Her husband, Adelino Guambe, would drink heavily, stay away from home for days at a time and fight with her when he was around. “I had to ask him [Adelino] for
The parents of five children, Helena Nhampule and Mateus Langa have been together for over 16 years. They built their home in Maputo Province, Mozambique and lived happily until Mateus fell sick in 2007. At first, Helena accompanied her husband for treatment at the local
“When Salva! came to my home, I was just waiting to die… I was so sick. They told me to go to the hospital but I didn’t have money,” expresses 29 year-old Dulce, a mother of three children between the ages of 1 to 12.
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