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May 3, 2022

Assessing the Impact of Communication for Social Change™ on Community-Level Responses to Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Sahel

Évaluer l’impact de la communication pour le changement social ™ sur les réponses communautaires aux maladies tropicales négligées au Sahel Par Pierre-Noël Denieuil, Abdoulaye Guindo, Dominique Thaly Consultants, Communication for Social Change™ Consortium Résumé Cet article résume l’évaluation des effets des activités de communication pour le changement comportemental et social […]
October 13, 2021

What the Malaria Vaccine Means for Africa

Like many who work in public health, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, I’ve been waiting my whole career for a malaria vaccine. And even longer than that: I suffered from severe malaria when I was 10. Read more  
January 12, 2021

CFSC Consortium President Denise Gray-Felder is a member of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ High Level Panel On Vaccine Confidence.

CFSC Consortium President Denise Gray-Felder is a member of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ High Level Panel On Vaccine Confidence. This group is working to help ensure that covid-19 vaccines will be accepted in the United States, notably among hard-to-reach groups and communities of color. Click below to […]
November 5, 2020

Communications Leader Denise Gray-Felder Joins the Milbank Memorial Fund Board

Denise Gray-Felder, founding president of the global nonprofit Communication for Social Change Consortium, has been elected to the Milbank Memorial Fund Board of Directors. Ms. Gray-Felder is a communications expert who has worked in multiple industries and countries, addressing social issues such as disparities in health, education, gender, and income. […]
October 16, 2020

She Hunts Viral Rumors About Real Viruses – The New York Times

For Heidi Larson, the founder of the Vaccine Confidence Project, dispelling vaccine hesitancy means building trust — and avoiding the term “anti-vaxxer.”. Read on New York Times: nytimes.com/2020/10/13/health/coronavirus-vaccine-hesitancy-larson  
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