Center for Communication and Change-India is the sister organization of the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP), which is part of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, a globally recognized premier health institution. CCC-I was registered in India in 2012 as a trust to ensure the availability of quality social and behaviour change (SBC) expertise in the country and build local capacity for SBC more comprehensively. The sister organization status allows CCC-I to be locally relevant while still drawing from CCP’s formidable international experience and expertise.
CCC-I strives to champion the critical role SBC plays in health and development in India. It works closely with central and state government departments, development sector partners, NGOs, media and other stakeholders on the full range of SBC, from formative research and strategic design to implementation and evaluation. Operating from New Delhi, CCC-I is well-positioned to mobilize and implement programmes across India.
CCC-I has rich experience in conducting research and building capacities in a wide range of development issues: RMNCH+A, immunization, menstrual health management, anemia, family planning, adolescent health, breast and cervical cancer, disaster management, WASH, tobacco control, disaster risk reduction, risk communication, HIV/AIDS, etc.