Measuring a ‘Moving Target’- Designing evaluations for adaptive programs

Measuring a ‘Moving Target’- Designing evaluations for adaptive programs

HCD has a unique ability to bring new ideas to entrenched problems, integrate multiple stakeholder perspectives, and bring in a strong human lens. Differences between conventional evaluation approaches and the inherent fluidity that is required for HCD and adaptive implementation invariably makes it challenging for practitioners to think about how to best evaluate HCD or adaptive programs.

Webinar notes: Using HCD to create decentralized access to HIV prevention and care, and what comes next

Webinar notes: Using HCD to create decentralized access to HIV prevention and care, and what comes next

Over the last few years, HCD approaches have been used to design and pilot interventions to global health challenges such as HIV. On December 8, 2021, the HCDExchange Community of Practice came together for a webinar that focused on three of such interventions with the aim of sharing the similarities and differences across projects, challenges and push-back against the HCD approach, partnership and stakeholder management and how to scale the projects further.