“My Family Planning Guide” is a distance learning education mobile app designed by CCP in Nigeria to keep family planning service providers up-to-date on the newest types of modern contraception and strengthen interpersonal communication with clients.
A human-centered design process led by CCP helped researchers understand what people in Ghana want in the bed nets they use to prevent malaria. A new study explains how.
The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs recently brought together members of Bmore POWER, a group of peer advocates and educators, for a three-day hackathon to quickly create messages aimed at preventing people from overdosing on fentanyl and dying.
Health clinics were turning away many of the women sent for contraception. To get family planning providers onboard, CCP had to change its approach.
UNICEF has awarded the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) an 18-month, $800,000 grant to fund an Interpersonal Communication...
The Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative, Phase 2 (NURHI 2), a five-year, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation-funded project that aims...