Given the continued uncertainty surrounding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 International Social and Behavior Change Communication Summit is again being postponed. The new dates are Sept. 20-24, 2021.
In creating COVID-19-related messages and programming around the world, the global health community must make sure to focus specifically on the needs of men as well as women, a new commentary from CCP and other experts suggests.
In a series of research studies, leaders of the CCP-led VectorWorks project looked at mosquito net durability in regions of three countries: Nigeria, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
When the Nepalese government gave decision-making authority to local governments, USAID asked CCP to help strengthen the new system as it was being created.
New CCP-led research suggests that a program devoted to encouraging men to be tested for HIV successfully pivoted to include support for men who test positive and ushering them into treatment.
CCP is tackling the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic by using technology creatively to both develop and spread important social and behavior change messages.
USAID has awarded nearly $10 million to the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs to help 18 countries respond to the COVID-19 pandemic through risk communication and community engagement activities.
Viewers across Africa can now watch CCP's highly-rated, Peabody Award-winning TV series about HIV on Netflix.
The new website is dedicated to curating essential, evidence-based tools and materials on the current pandemic for social and behavior change communication practitioners.
Counting dogs in the nation's Upper West region is the first step toward conducting a rabies vaccination campaign there in September, with the goal of eliminating rabies in Ghana by 2030.