The Net Detectives

Insecticide-treated bed nets are considered our most-effective weapon against malaria, responsible for 68 percent of the reduction in malaria cases across the world since 2000. In countries where the disease is common, an estimated 80 percent of people with a net slept under it last

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CCP at the London Family Planning Summit

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) is excited to take part in the Family Planning Summit on July 11 in London. The gathering of policymakers, donors and advocates from around the world will discuss efforts to reach Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) goals and ensure

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Siri ya Mtungi Wins AfriComNet Annual Award for Excellence

Siri ya Mtungi, a television serial drama produced by CCP’s Tanzania Capacity and Communication Project (TCCP), is the winner of  an AfriComNet Annual Award for Excellence. The AfriComNet awards recognize outstanding contributions made by individuals/organizations to strategic communication for health. Siri ya Mtungi, or Secrets

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The New VectorWorks Website is a Net Gain

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

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The Back-to-School Supplies Checklist in Tanzania

For most kids around the world, long lasting insecticidal nets (LLIN) do not feature prominently on their school supplies list. This is not the case in Tanzania. Students across southern Tanzania have received LLINs as part of the School Net Project, an initiative of the

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Mother’s Day a Happy Occasion for Women across Tanzania

Mothers and expectant women across Tanzania have a reason to celebrate this Mother’s Day. Their pregnancies are healthier and they are more prepared for birth in recent months. The reason? The Wazazi Nipendeni campaign. Wazazi Nipendeni (“Love me, parents”) is an ongoing national campaign that

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