Tag: Cote d’Ivoire


A group of SBCC practitioners graduates from a leadership in strategic communication workshop led by CCP in Dosso, Niger, in June.

CCP Boosts SBCC Skills Across French-Speaking Africa

Since May, CCP has conducted four two-week leadership workshops in French-speaking countries (Senegal, Cote d’Ivoire, Madagascar and Niger), training 155 participants thus far. Another session is scheduled for Cameroon in December.


A barber in Cote d'Ivoire shared information about HIV testing with his clients.

Looking at HIV Treatment with a New Lens

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).


CCP is developing messages to help prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases in Cote d'Ivoire. Photo: USAID

Using Rapid Research to Prepare for the Next Epidemic

In Cote d'Ivoire, CCP's research is designed to develop messaging that would help prevent the spread of the next outbreak of a zoonotic disease in West Africa – that is, a disease that can be spread from animals to humans.


Research team members record a list of participant definitions of quality for family planning services in Niger.

Defining Quality Health Care in West Africa

A CCP-led research team in West Africa is exploring a new question: If people do travel to the nearest family planning clinic, do they have confidence that they’ll receive quality care?


Men participate in a Brothers for Life session in Cote d'Ivoire. Photo by Caitlin Loehr

‘I Know That it Made Me Change’

An evaluation of CCP’s Brothers for Life program in Cote d’Ivoire finds that it was successful in getting at-risk men tested for HIV and, if diagnosed with the virus, treated with antiretroviral therapy.


CCP Begins HIV Self-Testing in Côte d’Ivoire

CCP Begins HIV Self-Testing in Côte d’Ivoire

“Many men are not going into the health centers. Somehow you need to bring the test to them,” says CCP's Danielle Naugle. “We need to make it as easy as possible for them to be tested."


A member of Brothers for Life in Cote d'Ivoire

‘Being Diagnosed with HIV Threatens Everything Men Hold Dear’

Men in Cote d'Ivoire aren't being tested for HIV because they are afraid of what the impact of a positive result would be on not only their health, but their family, work, social status and sexuality. But being tested is the only way to get treated -- and reduce the risk of the spread of the virus.



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