Opportunity Areas

We have defined a set of work streams that map to each opportunity area. Within each work stream, we have worked with key stakeholders from the global health community to outline a proposed set of next steps in terms of both activities and potential investments.

 
 
 
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Defining, Differentiating, &  Communication

Defining what HCD is, and the lexicon, principles, behaviours, and frameworks that surround it for global health and development audiences. Develop clear distinctions between design expertise typologies as well as how to find, identify, and select the most relevant applications of HCD for the challenge at hand.


>> [List of links to relevant resources]

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Adapting & Integrating Practice

Improving on design methods, particularly for better integration with other disciplines and to understand the use cases for design in global health.


>> [List of links to relevant resources]

 
 
 
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Preserving Integrity & Quality

Build a community of people integrating design into development projects to openly share experiences and transfer learnings.


>> [List of links to relevant resources]

Training & Education

Expand design capability through educational activities that improve design awareness, design fluency, and design practice in communities where the need is greatest.


>> [List of links to relevant resources]

 
 
 
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Data & Evidence

Defining what HCD is, and the lexicon, principles, behaviours, and frameworks that surround it for global health and development audiences. Develop clear distinctions between design expertise typologies as well as how to find, identify, and select the most relevant applications of HCD for the challenge at hand.


>> [List of links to relevant resources]

Structuring & Funding

Assess the varying drivers of HCD costs and recommend improvements to the way that projects are funded, structured, sequenced, and integrate HCD so they are more inclusive and flexible to maximize benefits and mitigate risks.


>> [List of links to relevant resources]

 
 
 
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Coordination & CoP

Over the next five years, a Board of Advisors will meet yearly to review progress against the roadmap, share lessons learned, workplan for the coming year, deepen partnerships, and create investment opportunities.


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