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CCP has been chosen to assist the World Bank and the government of Tamil Nadu in India to help reduce the growing burden of non-communicable diseases in the state.
CCP has created a special section of the COVID-19 Communication Network website with social and behavior change resources devoted to combating the current emergency in India.
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.
You’re surrounded by loved ones, dressed in your nicest gown, ready to begin the ceremony. Children are dancing in the streets, happy couples are mingling, and everyone is celebrating. Today is your wedding day, but you are not smiling. You had dreams of studying to
With the fastest growing mobile industry in the world and 16.6 million new rural mobile phone customers per month, India continues its battle against maternal and infant mortality. India’s most populated state, Uttar Pradesh (UP), has among the highest maternal and infant mortality rates in
JHU∙CCP announced today – Global Handwashing Day – that it has been awarded $760,000 from the Indian Ministry of the Environment to implement a two-year public awareness project in India. The project, Communication Support to the Mission for a Clean Ganges Project, will seek to
After the birth of his third child, Sunil Kumar, a shop owner in Rustampur, Gorakhpur, chose to undergo a no-scalpel vasectomy (NSV). He never told his friends. Recently, Sunil watched a film featuring Sudama, a man who discusses his decision to have an NSV. In
While global maternal deaths have declined in the past two decades, a woman dies of pregnancy-related complications every two minutes. No country bears the burden like India which continues to lead the world in maternal mortality, currently comprising nearly 20% of all maternal deaths worldwide.
“Never before have so many couples shared their positive experience of contraceptive use in public and on camera!” gush Peer Educators for the Urban Health Initiative, as they tirelessly escort couples to “Happy Dampatti” contest enrollment stalls in Gorakhpur, India. Agra, Aligarh and Gorakhpur are
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