On the latest episode of Public Health on Call, a Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health podcast focused on the coronavirus pandemic, CCP’s executive director talks about how communication can combat fear if it’s credible, transparent and timely.
USAID has awarded $4 million to CCP to help nine countries with communication and community engagement activities to prepare for and respond to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 spreading across the world.
The coronavirus pandemic has put the business of risk communication front and center. CCP's Susan Krenn lays out some best practices.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs has created a one-stop shop for the latest social and behavior change communication resources available on the novel coronavirus COVID-19, which has been spreading across the globe since December.
Given the latest WHO guidance, the unpredictable nature of the novel coronavirus and the growing number of travel restrictions in place, organizers have made the “extremely difficult decision” to postpone this month’s 2020 International SBCC Summit in Marrakech, Morocco.
CCP is working in Asia and Africa to strengthen national capacity for risk communication and community engagement around emerging infectious diseases such as the coronavirus that is capturing headlines around the world.