Learn more about the projects we are currently working on, human-centered design insights from our interns, and how design thinking can impact social issues.
"With the routine EPI [Expanded Program on Immunization], it is above all the negligence of the mothers and the non-involvement of the dads."
On November 17–19, John Snow Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) and its partner, the Gobee Group, in collaboration with the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH), conducted a co-creation workshop in Adama, Ethiopia...Its purpose was to build consensus on rolling out the use of human-centered design (HCD), a key implementation strategy that DUP is deploying to improve the use of quality data at all levels of the health system.
In September 2015, Gobee began a year-long effort to coach a network of healthcare safety net organizations across New Jersey on the design and innovation process. This coaching effort is a part of the New Jersey Innovation Catalyst Initiative led by the Center for Care Innovations with support from The Nicholson Foundation.
What is the impact potential of a group that includes a farmer, a community advocate, and representatives from a billion-dollar public agency?
For the last two weeks, partners Mahad Ibrahim and Osvaldo Gomez have been stationed in Monrovia, Liberia working with USAID and eHealth Africa to work to understand and design better information flows for the emergency response to the Ebola outbreak. Below, Mahad reports from Monrovia: