What Do You(th) Think? episode 4: Facilitating community conversations around sexual reproductive health with Priyanka Bhardwaj

January 11, 2022

Priyanka Bhardwaj is a Program Manager with Uninhibited (formerly, Sukhibhava Foundation) where she manages the ‘Hello Saathi’ helpline, a free menstrual and sexual reproductive health telehealth platform. She is also a Period Fellow and works on the PeriodShala project in communities around Bhopal. PeriodShala is an on-the-ground behavioral change program that enables menstruators and their families to make informed choices, dialogue and bridge healthcare gaps. Priyanka has a degree in English Honours from Delhi University. She spends her free time with her dogs or making art. 

In this conversation, Priyanka talks about how to facilitate and create the space for families to have conversations around sexual and reproductive health, how she uses HCD in her ASRH work and the challenges of using the HCD approach particularly in adolescent sexual reproductive health projects. 

Find HCDExchange and Uninhibited on social media

  • Uninhibited on Instagram: @uninhibited.org.in
  • Uninhibited on Facebook: @uninhibited.org.in
  • HCDexchange on Twitter: @HcdXchange
  • HCDExchange on LinkedIn: HCDExchange
  • HCDExchange on Instagram: @hcdexchange
  • HCDExchange on Facebook: @HCDExchange

You May Also Like

Creating a career in HCD: A young-person’s Cheat sheet

Creating a career in HCD: A young-person’s Cheat sheet

What is your name and job title? My name is Mercy Kipngeny and I am a Clinical Designer at Medtronic Labs. What has your career journey been like? I started my career in Human-centered Design (HCD) and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (ASRHR) in...

Pathways for Scaling Social Impact Solutions

Pathways for Scaling Social Impact Solutions

We kicked off 2023 with back-to-back sessions that explored how to Demystify Scale and Scale HCD Solutions, and this January, we delved into the different pathway options for scaling social impact with our partner, Spring Impact. What it takes to scale well...

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.