Identifying community centric health interventions

Publication Year: 2022
Authors: Unicef
Learning Themes: Global Health

Human centred design is a problem-solving approach that draws on existing motivations, daily realities, habits and limitations to find effective solutions.

The approach includes:

  • A planning process that looks beyond knowledge and awareness to consider intent to vaccinate, opportunity costs, service experience, and community feedback.
  • A ‘rapid inquiry’ research process that focuses locally to understand the many influences on caregivers, health workers, and community members.
  • A creative ideation process that ends with tailored and innovative solutions that can be owned by, and integrated into, the community.
  • An iterative implementation process that invites community participation and focuses on low-cost adjustments to end with solutions that are most desirable to the community, including its health workers and caregivers.

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