Like any other approach, the benefits of design are amplified through collaboration. This resource provides a snapshot of different approaches and how they can complement one another when used in global health projects.
"Behavioral economics can provide insight into the ‘nudge’ necessary to help people make more optimal decisions than those determined by employing quantitative methods."
This resource, developed through collaboration with JSI and a broad team of advisors, presents potential Theories of Change for projects using human-centered design in global health.
We co-created the resources available on this website in conversation with representatives from the global health community. Five types of users (or profiles) emerged that represent the different stages of a global health practitioner in his/her path towards adoption and implementation of design in his/her work. Which of the profiles do you fit into?