Welcome! The HCDExchange Community of Practice is a community for all those who are interested in exploring and advancing the use of human-centred design (HCD) in adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH) programming and policy.
If you are a designer, programme implementer, donor, evaluator, researcher, youth advocate, government representative, or are just committed to the wellbeing of youth and adolescents and interested in design, you are welcome to this community.
Community members have exclusive access to our community events and engagement opportunities, learning work, and can easily connect and engage with other members through our online community forum.
Check out our Community of Practice offerings:
- Community Learning Forum — This members-only forum is the backbone of our community and learning work. Members can ask or answer questions and propose and explore discussion topics, and connect with other members. They can also volunteer to facilitate/moderate topics of interest and help orient newcomers to the forum. Become a member of the HCDExchange Community to gain access to the forum. Click here to become a member»
- Monthly Community Calls — These calls bring together people and organisations from the HCD+ASRH space to share and showcase learnings and approaches used in different projects across the globe. Check out past calls on the YouTube channel.
- Members Directory — Connect with other practitioners and find collaborators — This directory will allow members to find people and organisations, build teams and connections, propose joint initiatives, and create new learning.
- Join a Working Group — Community members are welcome to join our learning-oriented working groups, or participate in the review cycles of working group learning products.
- Apply for HCDExchange opportunities — We are working to build the field of HCD+ASRH by creating opportunities for learning and exchanges. These will include a Design Fellowship (serving designers and host organisations), small grants, technical exchanges, and design sprints.