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Advancing learning and evidence on design-led adolescent sexual health

HCDExchange is a community of people and organizations working to generate learning and evidence to better understand how human-centred design can improve adolescent sexual and reproductive health outcomes.
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Youth

We are dedicated to making sure that sexual and reproductive health services are designed with you and reflect your needs, context, and reality. Youth are welcome to join our community — and we have dedicated Youth Leadership Hub associates to guide you.

Designers

Attend an event to learn how fellow designers are approaching ASRH. Get answers in our community discussion forum (coming soon!) or join a Working Group to advance strategies for integrating design into ASRH. Apply for a Design Fellowship.

Funders

Learn from programme officers who have invested in initiatives that use HCD. Get a better sense of what to look for in proposals and how to monitor and evaluate HCD+ASRH programs. Get updates about the latest evidence. Point your grantees to opportunities for peer learning and support.

Government

Explore how human centred-design can enhance government ASRH programmes through engaging with HCD experts. Access data and evidence on HCD’s impact in ASRH to inform policy or scale up of existing interventions.

Evaluators & Researchers

Contribute to advancing our Learning Agenda — or join / learn from a Working Group. We’ll be digging into questions like: Does HCD bring greater agency to youth? What does a good HCD+ASRH intervention look like? Which models are most effective?

Program Implementers

Find design and youth partners to co-create ASRH solutions. Test models of HCD+ASRH integration and share learning with the community. Stay up to date with the latest resources. Attend an event — or connect with us to share your work as a presenter.