Indonesia’s national family planning agency has adopted a program developed by CCP that has boosted the use of modern contraception in several regions of the country and is now scaling it up nationwide.
Selling condoms and other health products as part of CCP's Keneya Jemu Kan project has helped provide a livelihood to a group of women in rural Mali. “It has become a source of life for many families,” says one seller.
Research suggests that comprehensively considering how HIV threatens many aspects of men’s lives – instead of just their health – could help more men initiate antiretroviral therapy (ART).
The site uses easily downloadable data, charts and maps to help national malaria control programs, donors and others in the field prioritize resources and focus social and behavior change strategies.
CCP’s Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative has performed more than 500 makeovers, transforming rundown and poorly functioning health clinics in a single weekend. And this unique model is now expanding.
CCP is engaging with influential local leaders to help them collect data to make decisions that could reduce the nation's high HIV infection rate.
CCP, which leads a successful program designed to prevent HIV in adolescents and young women, has created a new program for women over 30.
A new external evaluation of USAID's response to a 2015 Zika outbreak commends the role CCP played in sharing timely, accessible information and the progress being made to counter it.
The more rainfall a region in sub-Saharan Africa gets, the more mosquitoes there will proliferate and the more likely residents will sleep under their bed nets to prevent malaria transmission, a new CCP study suggests.
A dashboard created by a CCP project in concert with the Tanzanian government has saved time and money and made it much easier to distribute needed insecticide-treated mosquito nets to protect families across the East African nation from malaria.