In partnership with the Society for Family Planning – Rwanda and with the support of the Ministry of Health, YLabs has worked with over 1,000 young people to create CyberRwanda, a digital self-care platform that aims to improve the health and livelihoods of young people by supporting them at every step of their healthcare journey.
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On this call, we explored the question: how might human-centred design facilitate the process of gathering and using informative insights from youth?
The HCDExchange community strategy, co-developed in consultation with the Community of Practice over four months in 2020, articulates the vision and roadmap towards building a learning community around the application of HCD in ASRH.
Read our report that summarizes key insights from the HCDExchange Youth Day convening held on August 12, 2020.
Men Stand Up was an innovative project led by YLabs that aimed at understanding young men’s perspectives on love, sex, relationships, and family planning that used qualitative design research methods including participatory storytelling and quantitative mobile IVR surveys in India, Kenya, Mali, and Nigeria.
Voice-Up is a digital platform that equips organisations with tools that they need to reach adolescents and take action. Voice-Up is not meant to be a comprehensive solution for adolescents, but an inspiration for organisations, big and small, reaching youth and a catalyst for youth-led change.
For three days in January 2018 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, HCD Exchange brought together 59 implementers, practitioners, donors, and partners to share experiences and learnings, and to start building a community of practice around applying Human-Centered Design (HCD) to the field of adolescent sexual and reproductive health.