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CCP research suggests ways to improve uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine, which was just approved in Côte d’Ivoire for pregnant women in January.
“We are proud to be able to continue serving people around the world who want to be protected from what is still a global pandemic,” says the director of the Breakthrough ACTION project.
CCP has developed a new family planning chatbot for young people, co-designed with youth from across nine West African countries.
Working with a data set of more than 38 million produces more than a few insights, insights important to the larger global health community. But two researchers from the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs caution those using large data sets not to assume that
“What this research shows is that strategies for pandemic response should include interventions to address financial barriers to health care as well as other financial impacts,” says CCP’s Tuo-Yen Tseng.
For three weeks ending in October, vaccine caravans spread out across Mozambique with a mission: Giving adolescents ages 12 to 17 the opportunity to get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
CCP researchers found that many COVID-19 prevention strategies were seen as “anti-social” in Côte d’Ivoire, leading to less adherence. This knowledge has helped reframe COVID-19 messaging in the African nation.
A COVID rumor tracking system in Guyana created MythBusters materials to successfully provide the public with valid information and promote preventive behaviors, a CCP study finds.
CCP created a story and activity book for “kids and their grown-ups” designed to spark conversations about the pandemic and vaccines.
A year before COVID hit, CCP began work on a project to prepare for future pandemics. Now, work continues to ensure we are even more prepared next time.
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