One Love. Kwasila! received the award for the Best Multi-Channel Campaign at the fourth annual AfriComNet Awards for Excellence in HIV and AIDS Communication in Africa in August 2010.
UHMG/AFFORD Project's "One Love" campaign took home a gold award for its radio spot and a bronze award for its TC spot at the TBWA AFRI CANNES in July 2010.
2009 Global Media Award for the radio serial drama "Neighbors" which focuses on population and family planning in Uganda.
The Scrutinize campaign took home a bronze award during the annual South African Khuza Awards, which were presented in Johannesburg.
"Road to Hope" Zambia HIV/AIDS video on living positively won the Silver medal in the Healthcare category in the New York Film and Video Festival.
Tikambe ("Let's Talk About It") from Zambia was awarded a Silver Hugo for Best Non-Broadcast Documentary at the Chicago International Film Festival's INTERCOM competition for its portrayal of a Zambian woman struggling to live positively with HIV and AIDS.
Kaisey Kahoon video (Pakistan) a romantic comedy aimed at youth and young adults with messages on the importance of communication within families won a bronze medal at the New York Film and Video Festival.
The National Wildlife Federation (NWF) awarded its top international prize to Arcandina (The Andean Ark), a children's television show in Ecuador developed with assistance from JHU/CCP to encourage children and adolescents to become more environmentally responsible.
"Tsha Tsha" Television Series, South Africa won the Silver Screen Award in the Health and Current Issues Category, 37th US International Film and Video Festival.
"HIV Positive Voices" video received an Emmy for the Best Documentary by a local television station in the National Capital/Chesapeake Bay Region, including Virginia, Maryland and DC.
Mark Beisser won the Communicator Crystal Award of Excellence for the design of CCP's Annual Report.
CORE Initiative Web site won Best Web site, Communicator Award of Distinction. Developed and maintained by Kim Martin and Elizabeth Heinrichs of CCP.
The logo design for the Baltimore Red Question Mark (HIV Testing) Campaign created by JHU/CCP for the Maryland AIDS Administration won the "Best in Baltimore" ADDY Award Competition.
CCP awards the Gold Medallion annually to an individual or group that has made an outstanding contribution to saving lives and improving health through strategic communication. Learn more about the Gold Medallion Award.