Publications on Insights generation in ASRH programs

July 26, 2022

What is the purpose?

These publications are based on a landscape analysis which is intended to fill a gap in documentation and curated learning on the application of human-centered design to adolescent sexual reproductive health, to guide practice and future investment. It is a global good to advance learning on the application of HCD in ASRH.

What are the publications about?

The publications focus on experience generating adolescent insights in HCD+ASRH programming and applying them in developing SRH solutions and improving SRH outcomes. Findings are based on a selection of projects implemented in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia from 2015 to 2022. The results of this analysis are presented in two complementary publications.

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