An evaluation of CCP’s Brothers for Life program in Cote d’Ivoire finds that it was successful in getting at-risk men tested for HIV and, if diagnosed with the virus, treated with antiretroviral therapy.
The new project, Knowledge SUCCESS, will use the latest learnings from behavioral science and design thinking to make knowledge management easy, attractive, salient and timely.
For more than 30 years, CCP’s Leadership in Strategic Communication Workshop has developed stronger, more effective leaders in public health and development. Please join our Springboard discussion on Thursday, February 28 at 9 a.m. EST to learn more.
USAID asked CCP to help understand how to improve adherence to HIV medications in South Africa among those who were struggling the most to stay on treatment.
The 36-year-old musician and activist will be one of the keynote speakers at the CCP-organized Summit, which runs from Feb. 25 to 27 in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire.
“There’s a need for new tools to complement what’s already available and to protect people during times, and in settings, where people are at risk but net use is not feasible,” says CCP's April Monroe, who is part of the $33.7 million grant from Unitaid.
"Have vaccines become victims of their own success?" asks CCP's Executive Director Susan Krenn. "Have we forgotten how many people used to become sick and die from these diseases?"
Following the recent rash of deaths, CCP quickly developed a new social media campaign and toolkit to reinforce the ABCDs of safe sleep and prevent more Baltimore babies from dying.
Asking a woman about her contraceptive preferences and providing information on all options may significantly improve the chances that she will adopt a long-acting family planning method, new CCP research suggests.
"A greater understanding of human behavior and the interaction of humans and mosquitoes is crucial if we are going to eliminate malaria,” says CCP's April Monroe.