Most studies of pre-term birth – the leading cause of infant mortality around the world – have focused on complications that occur in health facilities in the high-income countries. A unique new study conducted by CCP looks at risk factors that start long before delivery.
"We’re using this cooking competition to encourage young people [in Bangladesh] to eat healthier foods and then to influence their families’ nutrition habits," says CCP's Patrick Coleman.
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.
In the 10 months since the current Rohingya crisis began, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs has been one of the organizations working to help the Rohingya people stay healthy.
For nearly two months, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have streamed into Bangladeshi refugee camps from neighboring Myanmar, where this...
Field workers in Bangladesh have greater health, population and nutrition knowledge, are better able to use this knowledge during counseling...
The Bangladesh Knowledge Management Initiative (BKMI) launched a three-month eHealth Pilot Program on April 2. The program seeks to strengthen...