USAID’s May 2017 Global Health Newsletter Focuses On Human-Centered Design

USAID: GH Newsletter — Focus on Human-Centered Design
USAID’s May 2017 Global Health Newsletter focuses on human-centered design, “a way of thinking that places the people you’re trying to serve at the center of the design and implementation process.” Articles discuss various topics, including neonatal health care, HIV prevention for women, and Ebola outbreak response. The newsletter also features a podcast interview with David Milestone, acting director of USAID’s Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact, and Robert Fabricant, co-founder of Dalberg Design Impact Group (DIG) and partner at Dalberg Global Development Advisors (May 2017).

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