CCP's Malaria Behavior Surveys capture information gaps around the factors that influence the use of malaria prevention and treatments — and help governments create programs to fill them in. Three have been completed and a half-dozen more are in the pipeline.
CCP is leading an effort to create a user-friendly, searchable database of research into effective SBCC interventions that can be used by anyone working in the field to help them choose the best one for their needs.
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.
DHS has collected important health data through more than 300 surveys in more than 90 countries since 1984. CCP has been part of the project for 15 years.
With most vulnerable covered, “now, we need to go even further to provide enough nets for everyone else" to protect them from malaria, says CCP's Bolanle Olapeju.
With the ultimate aim of increasing Nigeria’s TB case detection rate, the CCP-led research team set out to put themselves in the shoes of their end users. They interviewed more than 240 people over three weeks.
Couples in Mali who spoke to one another about family planning were not only more likely to use modern contraception, but to adopt other healthy behaviors.
Nearly half a million people die each year from malaria, a preventable and treatable condition. Bed nets are an accessible,...
With no time to lose, CCP researchers had to assess the deadly Ebola epidemic as it swept across Liberia late...
Two studies published today by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs (CCP) offer novel...