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CCP has developed a new family planning chatbot for young people, co-designed with youth from across nine West African countries.
CCP used technology to quickly assess attitudes and barriers to COVID-19 vaccinations — and to respond with new messages to increase vaccine uptake.
CCP increased modern contraception use among patients in private-sector hospitals, and left behind digital tools to help sustain success in the coming months and years.
Family planning clients in Indonesia who were counseled about contraception using a tablet-based application were far more likely to still be using that new method a year later, new CCP research suggests.
Food choices made by kids in India improved after they played a mobile game where avatars fight robots that represent unhealthy foods, new research suggests. CCP”s Uttara Bharath Kumar helped conduct the research.
The percentage of people globally who say they will get a COVID-19 vaccine has fallen in recent weeks, even as tens of millions of doses have been administered around the world, new survey data disseminated by CCP suggests.
New data show that 62 percent of Americans would get a COVID-19 vaccine. That’s not nearly enough to stop the spread of the disease. Public health officials should focus communication efforts on the roughly 20 percent on the fence.
Real-time monitoring can bolster the effectiveness of immunization campaigns in low- and middle-income countries by enabling health officials to reach more children quickly, track vaccine supplies and identify issues and gaps, new CCP research suggests.
A new release from the KAP COVID dashboard includes regional data on knowledge, attitudes and behaviors within the U.S. and India, two countries where COVID-19 case counts are the highest in the world.
The findings come from the latest update of the KAP COVID dashboard, which presents data from a global survey of knowledge, attitudes and practices around COVID-19. Users can access unique pages for each of the countries surveyed and disaggregate findings by sex, age, education level and residence.
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