Applying Human-Centered Design to Replicate an Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Intervention: A Case Study of Binti Shupavu in Kenya

By Nancy NjokiMeghan CutherellAbednego MusauDavid MireriAlex Nana-Sinkam and Mary Phillips


If something works in one place, it should work in another, right? In public health, it’s not usually that simple. Different people, different health systems, and different challenges mean evidence-based practices do not always translate easily. In a new article from Global Health Science and Practice, we share A360’s experience using human centered design as a framework to guide replication efforts for girl-centered, SRH programming in Kenya.
This study was originally published on Global Health : Science and Practice