More than 2,100 abstracts/proposals from 109 countries were submitted for consideration for the 2020 International SBCC Summit to be held March 30 to April 3 in Marrakech, Morocco.
CCP works on the Demographic and Health Surveys to help stakeholders and decision-makers use data to make choices that help improve and protect the lives of women and girls in places like Ghana, India, Nigeria and Pakistan.
CCP is leading an effort to create a user-friendly, searchable database of research into effective SBCC interventions that can be used by anyone working in the field to help them choose the best one for their needs.
CCP has developed a new tool for parents of Indonesian teens designed to help them navigate uncomfortable conversations with their children about sexual and reproductive health.
The primary barrier to getting men in Cote d’Ivoire tested for HIV is fear – fear not of the disease itself, but of the social and economic consequences that a positive diagnosis could bring, new CCP research suggests.
Elizabeth Serlemitsos reflects on a visit the late congressman made to a CCP project in Zambia more than 20 years ago on World AIDS Day.
CCP has helped plant the seeds of an online meat-reduction community, creating a web platform designed to bring together like-minded organizations around the globe to discuss challenges and opportunities.
Since May, CCP has conducted four two-week leadership workshops in French-speaking countries (Senegal, Cote d’Ivoire, Madagascar and Niger), training 155 participants thus far. Another session is scheduled for Cameroon in December.
“With so many behaviors being recommended, and potentially contradictory messages being promoted, there was a fear of confusion in the general public,” CCP's Alice Payne Merritt recalls from the early days of Zika.
For World Contraception Day, Tlaleng Mofokeng, a doctor and activist in South Africa, and CCP's Susan Krenn had a lively discussion of sexual and reproductive health, taboos and leadership.