We need to both change and stay the same. We need to use the lightning fast spread of information, just as people spreading false information do.
At the heart of each successful Population, Health and Environment program are the people who live in some of the most richly biodiverse places on the planet and who are working to preserve – or undo damage to – the unique locations they call home. CCP tells their stories.
Working with local partners to reduce the number of overdose deaths in Baltimore, CCP developed a three-fold message: Go slow. Never use alone. Carry naloxone.
On the heels of the 2018 SBCC Summit in April, CCP is organizing a summit focused on the social and behavior change work being done in francophone Africa.
The contest, in its 13th year, drew interest from around the globe: 215 participants submitted more than 1,660 photos captured in 74 countries.
CCP's Tara Sullivan shares lessons she's learned from her 15 years of working as a leader and instructor in knowledge management and learning.
Jane Brown is an advocate for thinking about and addressing the way that disease spreads, biologically and socially, especially when it comes to HIV among women.
“The idea of replacing mass campaigns with yearly school net distributions was pretty revolutionary, frankly," says CCP's Hannah Koenker. "It hadn’t ever been tried on such a large scale."
Harmful gender, religious and cultural norms contribute to risky pregnancies in older women and women who already have five or more children, endangering the lives of these women and their babies, new CCP research suggests.
“This Summit has confirmed the vitality, dynamism, evolution and maturity of our field of practice,” the declaration states. “We return home more united and more committed to people-centered development than ever.”