Integrating human-centered design to advance global health: Lessons from 3 programs

February 8, 2022

This Global Health: Science and Practice Journal article offer learnings and reflections from 3 programs using HCD to advance global health programming: the “V” program which used an HCD approach to reframe the once-a-day HIV prevention pill from a potentially stigmatizing medicine into empowering self-care; Adolescents 360 program which integrated HCD to create a service for adolescent girls to access contraception in Ethiopia; and Reimagining TA which used HCD to help shift perceptions around traditional technical assistance models to one of co-creation, defining a new approach for non-financial support for health systems strengthening.

Read more:

You May Also Like

Insights Database of SRH Trends among Kenyan Youth

Insights Database of SRH Trends among Kenyan Youth

Shujaaz Inc. has published an open-source database of emerging insights among Kenyan youth, and trends for the future. This database is a result of insights from 13,000 interviews and human-centered data collection activities over seven years to document the desires,...

Share This

Your Favorites

      No Favorites

Download Resource

Please log in or register to enjoy curated content and resources tailor-made for you and add them to your favorites' collection for ease of reference and download. Or close the dialog box to continue without logging in.