COVID-19, Vaccines

How To Have a Conversation about the COVID Vaccine


October 18, 2021

By Erika Henderson, CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern For over 200 years, vaccines have been used to protect against viruses. When COVID-19 hit, producing a vaccine was the clear course of action. The vaccine was successfully developed, but not without controversy.… More

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CCIH Webinars, Vaccines

Key Takeaways from Strategic Engagement of Religious Leaders in COVID-19 Vaccination Webinar


October 15, 2021

“Religious factors are the third most frequently cited reason for not getting vaccinated, and so the voice of the religious community is absolutely critical,” said Ellyn Ogden, MPH, USAID Coordinator for Polio Eradication and COVID-19 Vaccine Access in a webinar co-hosted by World Vision and CCIH on October 12, 2021.……

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COVID-19, Vaccines

Christian Health Association of Ghana Engages Faith Community in Vaccine Outreach


April 26, 2021

An interview with Dr. James Duah, a Public Health Physician from the Christian Health Association of Ghana (CHAG) about how CHAG provides and encourages vaccination services, by Cassady Mecate, Baylor University MPH Candidate and CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern. Dr. James Duah is the Deputy Executive Director at CHAG.… More

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Connector Articles, Vaccines

Vaccine Distribution and Hesitancy in the COVID-19 Era


July 29, 2020

by Taylor Carty, Pepperdine University Student and CCIH Communications and Advocacy Intern Since the rise of COVID-19 around the world, billions of dollars have been invested toward finding a vaccine. The unprecedented nature of this pandemic brings with it both familiar and unique challenges for the global health community, one…

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