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From June 6 to 17, professionals working in social and behavior change will have the opportunity to learn from the same distinguished faculty and staff who lead the in-person workshop but from the location of their choosing.
“Before now, women didn’t come for” prenatal care, says Hauwa’u Ango, the treasurer of the Ward Development Committee in Yarbese. “But now they are, and not only in Yarbese but even from [far-flung] villages.”
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.
In late April, after eight years of advocacy work by CCP, the House Assembly of Oyo State passed a bill requiring the state to fund family planning there. CCP staff hope other states will soon follow Oyo’s lead.
A CCP-led advocacy program in Tanzania used data outlining the high costs of paying for health care for pregnant women and young children to convince the nation’s leading private health insurer to begin covering the costs of modern contraception.
New CCP research suggests that women in districts where family planning was prioritized were significantly more likely to be using the modern contraceptive methods they wanted.
You’re surrounded by loved ones, dressed in your nicest gown, ready to begin the ceremony. Children are dancing in the streets, happy couples are mingling, and everyone is celebrating. Today is your wedding day, but you are not smiling. You had dreams of studying to
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