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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.
Research conducted under CCP’s Breakthrough ACTION project is beginning to understand and target demand-side barriers to improve acceptance and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Two CCP teams – from Bangladesh and Côte d’Ivoire – will present their COVID-related work at a global virtual meeting on generating demand for COVID-19 vaccines.
During a recent holiday, CCP’s Breakthrough ACTION project educated travelers in Côte d’Ivoire about the benefits of COVID-19 vaccines – and provided free vaccinations at bus terminals and festivals for those interested.
CCP will receive $9.5 million to continue its work promoting COVID-19 vaccine uptake and acceptance in Asia and Africa.
Douglas Storey is being honored with the 2021-22 Excellence in International Public Health Practice award from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health for his work on the COVID-19 Behaviors Dashboard.
Many people living in Ukraine – and the countries on its borders – are reporting symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as food and financial insecurity, feelings that have risen to new heights since Russia started its war with Ukraine at the end of February.
Researchers, led by CCP, have found that more than one-third of men globally have reported feelings of anxiety and depression during pandemic.
CCP is working with religious leaders in Africa to help bring an end to the COVID pandemic that is entering its third year.
With most schools in the Philippines closed since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 and distance learning challenged by a number of factors, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs-led Breakthrough ACTION project is working with the government to get children ready
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