Client-based record management, or CBRM, gives PSI providers the resources and tools to track our clients, act on their history of care and service, and center healthcare around the consumer. These guides highlight ways to keep CBRM on track, fill and retrieve efficiently, mainstream supervision, and provide telephone follow-up of services.
Live Prototyping is all about learning what works, and evolving what doesn’t, in order to arrive at a solution that is best adapted to the needs of young men working in the informal sector. This resource provides guidance for live prototyping a social media-led approach that initiates dialogue on sexuality and gender equity with the […]
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The three volumes describe the HCD process, which includes engaging religious leaders, youth leaders and other members in 10 communities and describing insights gained from interactions with the target group and opportunity areas which translated into 10 protoyping ideas; three ideas showed better chances of acceptance and success and were chosen for further live prototyping. […]
The report summarizes the HCD process, describing insights gained from interaction with the target group and opportunity areas, that translated into prototyping ideas; one of the selected prototypes was selected for longer-term trialing. “L’academie de l’artisanat” (the handcraft academy), a beading workshop where out of school girls and young women learn skills that will allow […]
This document contains the visual materials used by the Expanded Social Marketing Project in Nigeria (ESMPIN) team to support its social marketing activities in family planning and child survival across the project’s 22 priority states. About ESMPIN: ESMPIN is implemented by Society for Family Health (SFH) Nigeria under USAID. The five-year, nationwide social marketing project focused […]
This document is intended to bring alive what A360 programmers learned during the inspiration phase in Ethiopia. It reflects the voices of the people the teams spoke with and provides the A360 Consortium with a springboard for design opportunities and further inquiry through prototyping.
Becoming a youth-friendly service provider not only ensures that young people get the care and support they need, but it means significantly increasing health impact. Young people have very present needs, concerns, and valuable contributions—to us and to society. Investing in their health not only improves public health, but also increases countries’ potential for stability, […]
Several studies have confirmed the steep rise in the prevalence of NCDs in both urban and rural areas of India. The prevalence of some of the risk factors has also increased; almost one-fourth of the population is overweight (21.4%), with 4.7% obese and 12.1% physically inactive. The ratio of females is much higher than males […]
Adolescents and young people are experts and change agents in A360. This plan blueprints methods of developing meaningful collaboration and forging partnerships with Ethiopian adolescents and young people, from the Adolescents 360 (A360) project communities, in order to bring their expertise into the design and implementation phases of the project. Young people will be engaged in […]