The Quality and Standards Framework includes eight principles to guide the effective and inclusive practice of human-centered design in adolescent sexual and reproductive health (HCD+ASRH) programming. It includes simple and actionable tips and resources for the growing HCD+ASRH field of practice.
What Do You(th) Think? episode 5: Laws and policies governing the implementation of ASRH programs for sex workers with Ruth Kiniaru
In this conversation, Ruth talks about the laws and policies governing the implementation of ASRH programs targeted at adolescent girls and young women, Kenya’s cultural landscape and how it affects her work and access to sexual and reproductive health information for adolescent girls and young women involved in sex work.
What Do You(th) Think? episode 4: Facilitating community conversations around sexual reproductive health with Priyanka Bhardwaj
In this conversation, Priyanka talks about how to facilitate and create the space for families to have conversations around sexual and reproductive health, how she uses HCD in her ASRH work and the challenges of using the HCD approach particularly in adolescent sexual reproductive health projects.
Human-Centered Design (HCD) is a relatively new approach towards transforming Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) outcomes for youth and adolescents. But what does ‘quality’ look like when applying HCD to Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH)? The HCDExchange Quality and Standards Working Group chaired by YLabs set out to define what quality looks like in the nascent HCD+ASRH field of practice.