Johns Hopkins Center for Communications Programs – JHCCP
JHCCP works to inspire healthy behaviors worldwide. Currently, JHCCP works in more than 40 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America along with its work in the United States. CCP believes in the power of communication to save lives, by empowering people to adopt healthy behaviors for themselves, their families and their communities. Its messages and programming have reached more than 1 billion people across the globe. JHCCP’s work focus on: social and behavior change communication; knowledge management; capacity strengthening ;research and evaluation; advocacy; entertainment education; gender; digital health; family planning; HIV; malaria; water & hygiene and; emerging, infectious and neglected diseases
The CCP resources provide links to various information programs including: Health Communication Capacity Collaborative ; H4Health – Knowledge for Health ; Photoshare; HealthCOMpass; POPLINE; Global Health: Science and Practice; Springboard for health communication professionals; Toolkits; Ebola Communication Network; I-Kits; Global Health Learning Center; HIP Family planning high impoact practices; mHealth evidence; and mHealth Knowledge.