While most treated bed nets are supplied for free by international donors, new CCP-led research shows that some people will buy nets if they need them and suggests that targeted retail markets could help supplement mass distribution in the future.
In the 10 states Nigerian where The Challenge Initiative is active, more than half a million women have adopted modern contraception in the program's first three years. CCP leads the program in Nigeria.
We look back at some of the top stories we told about CCP in 2019, and look forward to sharing more of CCP's great work in the new year.
To help cut through misinformation and rumors surrounding the second-largest Ebola outbreak ever in the world, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs has developed messages for a national health hotline available to anyone in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Encouraging more people to sleep under treated bed nets in malaria-endemic Ghana isn’t just about handing out more nets, new CCP-led research suggests.
CCP has been turning market days into malaria education days in several regions of Ethiopia, bringing its “malaria roadshow” into town to spread the word about malaria prevention and treatment.
CCP's team in Mozambique tries a new approach to getting men tested for HIV, one learned from the success of a CCP program in Cote d'Ivoire.
CCP's Victor Igharo has been named one of 120 Under 40: The New Generation of Family Planning Leaders which recognizes and highlights the achievements of the next generation of family planning leaders worldwide. He directs The Challenge Initiative in Nigeria.
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.