Providing an opportunity for young people to publicly share their personal stories about family planning can help elevate their visibility, motivate them and instill confidence and pride in their work, according to a small new CCP study.
An ambitious CCP proposal to bring eyeglasses to people who need them in four African countries is in the running for a $100 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
CCP is working with the Bernard van Leer Foundation to help develop the best way to communicate to parents the vital importance of a child's first three years.
CCP is working in Asia and Africa to strengthen national capacity for risk communication and community engagement around emerging infectious diseases such as the coronavirus that is capturing headlines around the world.
A successful CCP pilot program significantly increased the number of symptomatic Nigerians referred for tuberculosis testing. Now, USAID is expanding the program to reach even more Nigerians with TB.
“The 2020 Summit promises to be our most dynamic one yet so we needed a roster of speakers to match,” says CCP's Susan Krenn. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to welcome these diverse and inspiring individuals to the lineup.”
Register today for the 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit, scheduled for March 30 to April 3 in Marrakech, Morocco.
CCP's Knowledge SUCCESS project reflects on 10 defining achievements that have shaped family planning programs and services over the past decade.
While most treated bed nets are supplied for free by international donors, new CCP-led research shows that some people will buy nets if they need them and suggests that targeted retail markets could help supplement mass distribution in the future.
In the 10 states Nigerian where The Challenge Initiative is active, more than half a million women have adopted modern contraception in the program's first three years. CCP leads the program in Nigeria.