Human-centred design (HCD) can be a strong catalyst for accelerating meaningful youth engagement through its emphasis on placing the motivations and needs of users, in this case, young people, at the centre.
In this community call, we brought together the Community of Practice to explore the question, how might we create space to have youth and their communities co-lead and co-design the sexual and reproductive health programmes that are meant for them?
We are pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of the HCDExchange Design Fellows!
HCDExchange is seeking a consultant to work closely with HCDExchange Secretariat to provide qualitative research support for three landscape analyses focusing on the integration of HCD and ASRH
In partnership with the Society for Family Planning – Rwanda and with the support of the Ministry of Health, YLabs has worked with over 1,000 young people to create CyberRwanda, a digital self-care platform that aims to improve the health and livelihoods of young people by supporting them at every step of their healthcare journey.
On this call, we explored the question: how might human-centred design facilitate the process of gathering and using informative insights from youth?
HCDExchange director MaqC Eric Gitau reflects on the highlights of building and learning with the Community of Practice in 2020, and what HCDExchange has in store for 2021.
Our final community call for the year was a reflection on our work in 2020, and an introduction to some of the HCDExchange’s priorities for 2021.
On December 3, 2020, The HCDExchange team participated at the Reproductive Health Network Kenya (RHNK) Annual Conference on sexual and reproductive health. Check out the three key takeaways from the HCDExchange panel on youth integration in HCD+ASRH programming
The HCDExchange community strategy, co-developed in consultation with the Community of Practice over four months in 2020, articulates the vision and roadmap towards building a learning community around the application of HCD in ASRH.