"If it takes a company trying to sell razors to have an open dialogue about gender and appropriate male behavior, so be it," writes CCP's Executive Director Susan Krenn.
“Ending stigma and discrimination is essential to halting the spread of HIV,” says CCP's Beth Mallalieu. The successful program was used in Mozambique.
Ujjiban, CCP's program in Bangladesh, is aiming to make conversations about sexual and reproductive health easier and less taboo for adolescents, giving them the information they need to make healthy decisions.
DHS has collected important health data through more than 300 surveys in more than 90 countries since 1984. CCP has been part of the project for 15 years.
“People who live along the lake don’t fish with mosquito nets because they want to," says CCP's Sara Berthe. "They do it because they are poor and hungry and mosquito nets are readily available.”
The meetings, one led by CCP, will bring together social and behavior change practitioners from across the continent to learn from one another.
As our 30th anniversary year comes to a close, we at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs are taking a look back.
“A week at the Summit was truly a crash course in the best our field has to offer,” the report states. Organizers are already working to determine the site for a 2020 SBCC Summit.
With most vulnerable covered, “now, we need to go even further to provide enough nets for everyone else" to protect them from malaria, says CCP's Bolanle Olapeju.
“Social media is such a powerful tool to use to reach young people,” says CCP's Aisha Waziri.