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Center for communication programs

Global health
CCP project awarded $204M extension through July 2025
Published Dec 8, 2021
The extension from USAID means Breakthrough ACTION, its flagship global social and behavior change project, can continue its critical work in family planning, malaria, COVID-19 and more
Facts about the vax
Published April 8, 2021
Johns Hopkins launches campaign to help people make informed decisions about COVID-19 vaccines
Hopkins launches COVID-19 health and safety awareness effort
Published Aug 19, 2020
The campaign emphasizes best practices for preventing the spread of COVID-19 and promotes available resources and personal responsibility
Ebola outbreak
In DRC, a public health response in crisis
Published June 11, 2019
Despite the slowing spread of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo, experts say the situation isn't likely to get better
Public health
Deliberately buggy code
Published Winter 2018
With the release of a mosquito emoji, public health organizations gain a valuable tool in the fight against Zika / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Next-gen health care
Published Fall 2018
For global contest, photographers capture the ways in which people around the world administer health care to each other / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Public Health
In Côte d'Ivoire, a plan to reach at-risk men for HIV testing
Published Sept 4, 2018
An effort led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs aims to combat the social and cultural stigmas that prevent some men in parts of Africa from knowing their HIV status
CCP to co-host conference in Indonesia
Published April 2, 2018
Event will bring together more than 1,100 social and behavior change communication professionals
Global health
Talk to your spouse, improve your health?
Published March 29, 2018
Better communication between spouses in Mali linked to better health outcomes, new research suggests
'Fentanyl kills' and other lifesaving slogans
Published Feb 13, 2018
Hopkins-organized hackathon focuses on messaging strategies addressing substance abuse and addiction