Tẹ lati wa

Iroyin ise agbese Awọn ọna kika Akoko kika: 2 iseju

Imọ isakoso ati Design ero

Participant Perspectives From Four Regional Workshops

Bawo ni o ṣe le ni ọwọ, awọn ọna ifowosowopo – bi ero ero – ran wa lọwọ lati tun ronu iṣakoso imọ ni eto idile ati ilera ibisi? Awọn olukopa lati awọn idanileko àjọ-ẹda agbegbe mẹrin pin iriri wọn.

Patrick leads projects and offers technical support at a youth-led organization in Uganda.
Valérie focuses on resource mobilization for a francophone NGO in Cameroon.
Jan develops national strategic direction for family planning programs in The Philippines.
Luis advises on knowledge management for a non-profit in the United States.

While these four professionals come from various backgrounds, speak different languages, and work in distinct corners of the globe, what unites them all is their drive to improve family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH) outcomes in their countries and across the world.

To achieve this goal, they all need to routinely share, search for, adapt, and apply up-to-date, quality FP/RH knowledge in their day-to-day work lives. Common challengesranging from poor internet access, to untranslated resources, to a lack of coordination between partners and stakeholderscreate roadblocks that make it harder for them and others to do so.

Intersection of Knowledge Management and Design Thinking

Knowledge SUCCESS is combining knowledge management and design thinking to create opportunities for FP/RH professionals to identify, explore, and prioritize together what is working in their region, as well as brainstorm and test their own solutions to address what isn’t working. By engaging first-hand with FP/RH professionals to collaborate around their shared experiences, we can design and implement innovative solutions that best meet their actual knowledge sharing needs. This is called design thinking using a co-creation approach.

US-based participants present and test their knowledge solution prototypes during the closing plenary session of a co-creation sprint in June, 2020.

The Regional Co-Creation Workshops

From April to July, 2020, Knowledge SUCCESS hosted four co-creation workshops—an integral step in its design thinking process—convening FP/RH professionals working in English-speaking Sub-Saharan Africa, French-speaking Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and the United States. The workshops challenged participants to “reimagine the ways that they access and use evidence and best practices to optimize FP/RH programs.” The participants’ collaborative efforts generated rich insights into the knowledge management experiences of FP/RH professionals and produced 14 early-stage knowledge solution prototypes.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, workshop organizers and facilitators had to adapt what was originally planned as an in-person workshop series to a virtual format consisting of Zoom calls, Google Drives, digital sticky notes, and WhatsApp groups. Since virtual co-creation is a new approach to problem-solving for many professionals working in global health, we interviewed one participant from each of the regional workshops — Patrick, Valérie, Jan, and Luis — to give the broader FP/RH community a behind-the-scenes look into this unique activity.

Awọn olukopa Jan Led, Valerie Gystian Tsemo, Patrick Segawa, ati Luis Ortiz-Echevarria pin awọn itan wọn lakoko jara idanileko.
Sophie Weiner

Oṣiṣẹ eto, Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ

Sophie Weiner jẹ Alakoso Imọye ati Alakoso Eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ ni Ile-iṣẹ Johns Hopkins fun Awọn eto Ibaraẹnisọrọ nibiti o ti ṣe igbẹhin si idagbasoke titẹjade ati akoonu oni-nọmba., Ńşàmójútó ise agbese iṣẹlẹ, ati agbara okun fun itan-akọọlẹ ni Ilu Faranse Faranse. Awọn iwulo rẹ pẹlu eto idile/ilera ibisi, awujo ati ihuwasi ayipada, ati ikorita laarin olugbe, ilera, ati ayika. Sophie gba B.A. ni Faranse / International Relations lati Bucknell University, ohun M.A. ni Faranse lati Ile-ẹkọ giga New York, ati alefa titunto si ni Itumọ Litireso lati Sorbonne Nouvelle.

Akọsilẹ ti tẹlẹ
2 Awọn ipin 25.7K wiwo
Pin nipasẹ
Daakọ ọna asopọ