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Beyond Bias: Human Centered Design

Human-centered design (HCD) is increasingly being applied in global health programs, but its application varies widely across projects, and its documentation is limited. With an aim to expand the knowledge base, the Beyond Bias project has documented, in a three-part series, its experience using HCD in a multidisciplinary approach to develop effective, scalable adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health interventions. The briefs cover programmatic challenges and opportunities, outline salient ideas and concepts that were generated and tested, share key insights on provider bias, and present the finalized intervention design.

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Ending AIDS in Children—The Time is Now

ACE2 improves prevention, care, and treatment in three Nigerian states Despite almost halving the number of HIV infections since 2010…

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Health for All: Time for Action

Countries Reflection on UHC Global Monitoring Report and Actions Needed to Accelerate Progress Each year on December 12th, Universal Health Coverage…

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What “Country-led” Means to Pathfinder Uganda

As Pathfinder seeks to advance country-led solutions that achieve universal sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and are deeply…

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