We choose purposeful work. Our projects reflect this.
We mould ourselves to the needs of communities and partners by developing tailored processes for each project. As such our projects are diverse in their scope, approach, topic area and geography. Below are some snapshots of what we have been working on.
Co-creating tools for health workers to support decision making, increase their dignity and improve health outcomes
Creating an open feedback platform to bring about greater accountability to populations affected by humanitarian and development activities
Exploring why immunization workers underutilize data in their decision-making
Discovering new routes to health
Redesigning an open-source electronic medical record system used in low-resource settings around the world
Shifting the power in the humanitarian sector by creating an open platform of lived experiences
Re-imagining Technical Assistance
Using HCD methods to co-create how technical assistance is designed and implemented by all of the ecosystem's actors
Designing an art residency model for stay-at-home residents during the pandemic
Engaging GAAMAC's community in a series of online talks about hate speech to prepare their November 2021 global meeting
Generous Listening Toolbox
Creating listening experiences rooted in solid design principles to support Vuslat Foundation’s mission to encourage generous listening
My Body | My Future – Program Review
Using design thinking to support an inclusive midterm review of a large scale adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) program