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A CCP-led knowledge management program allows family planning peers in nearby countries to learn what works and avoid pitfalls of what doesn’t.
Public service announcements were aired up to 15 times a day on several local radio stations in the Togo between July and December 2021 at all times of the day. Many people recalled them months later.
The It’s OK to Delay campaign, informed by data from the Demographic and Health Surveys Program, has reached more than 19 million people since its launch in 2021.
A Q&A with Phyllis Tilson Piotrow , founder of the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, on CCP’s 35th anniversary
Health care provider behavior heavily influences the quality of health services and a client’s experience of care, particularly for women seeking care for family planning and reproductive health.
A new social mobilization approach, led by The Challenge Initiative, has significantly increased the number of women receiving family planning services in health facilities.
“Providers said the training showed them new ways, and the importance, of understanding adolescents and young clients as people,” says CCP’s Alfayo Wamburi.
A simplified version of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) may help postpartum Ethiopian women become better equipped to adopt family planning.
Since 2020, The Pitch has supported 12 exciting innovations led by local and regional institutions, giving out $600,000 to organizations in Asia and Africa.