Case Studies

This growing collection of case studies has been developed to document the various ways in which Engage HCD has been applied to our work. More examples will be added over time as projects are undertaken.

 

Driving demand for chlorhexidine A human-centered design toolkit for the development of demand generation materials

Driving demand for chlorhexidine

A human-centered design toolkit for the development of demand generation materials

mHero design guide (coming soon) A set of rules and principles to help the implementation within ministries of health

mHero design guide (coming soon)

A set of rules and principles to help the implementation within ministries of health

Support for the Zika Grand Challenge (coming soon) HCD support for the winners of the grand challenge in August 2016

Support for the Zika Grand Challenge (coming soon)

HCD support for the winners of the grand challenge in August 2016

CSHGP Data Report Data visualization to communicate the impact of the CSHGP investment over 30 years  

CSHGP Data Report

Data visualization to communicate the impact of the CSHGP investment over 30 years

 

Product Strategy for the EpiTent A humanitarian tent that creates a more humane environment by passively reducing temperature

Product Strategy for the EpiTent

A humanitarian tent that creates a more humane environment by passively reducing temperature

Support for the Ebola Grand Challenge HCD methods and tools applied to seven high-impact innovations  

Support for the Ebola Grand Challenge

HCD methods and tools applied to seven high-impact innovations

 

Redesigning personal protective equipment Feature refinements achieved through feedback sessions with health care workers in Sierra Leone

Redesigning personal protective equipment

Feature refinements achieved through feedback sessions with health care workers in Sierra Leone

 

USAID’s Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact (CII) is partnering with Dalberg’s Design Impact Group (DIG) to utilize HCD across the bureau’s global health work. Please see the contact page to explore HCD for your work.

USAID’s Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact (CII) is partnering with Dalberg’s Design Impact Group (DIG) to utilize HCD across the Bureau for Global Health's work. Please see the contact page to explore how you can engage HCD.