HCDExchange launches podcast: What Do You(th) Think?

October 26, 2021

HCDExchange is excited to announce our new podcast, What Do You(th) Think?

The biweekly podcast centres the voices of young people across Africa and South Asia who thrive at the intersection of human centred-design (HCD) and adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH). 

We started this podcast to showcase examples of how young people are currently working to advance ASRH and explore how they think human-centred design might help elevate their work. 

In the first season we speak with guests from Kenya, India, Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Ethiopia. We get to hear about how they started working in the ASRH field, what motivates them, how they use HCD in their work and how they think we can design programmes that can serve adolescents and youth better. 

The stories that they share contain fantastic insights on what matters most to young people, and serve as guides on how young people envision the future of HCD+ASRH.

It is our hope that through these conversations, we can learn how to continue to meaningfully engage young people as we design ASRH programmes.

The first episode debuts on Tuesday, November 2, 2021. Subscribe on Spotify and Google Podcasts.

Listen to the podcast trailer below.

 

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