Reinventing Water Storage in Jamaica: A Human-Centered Design Approach to Zika Prevention
This success story highlights Breakthrough ACTION’S experiences implementing a human-centered design (HCD) approach to identify improved behavioral and structural solutions for Zika prevention.
The document includes information regarding the HCD process, final prototypes, and the importance of a community-driven social and behavior change (SBC) programs, which can inform USAID and SBC partners in future public health emergencies.
More Breakthrough ACTION and RESEARCH Resources on Zika resources
- Social Behavior Change Programming for Public Health Emergencies: Lessons Learned from the USAID Zika Response in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Technical Specifications Content Guide for Behaviors with High Potential to Prevent Zika
- Lessons Learned for SBC Programming from the USAID Zika Response
- Strengthening the USAID Zika Response: Experiences from the Zika Social and Behavior Change Working Group
- Behavior Prioritization to Improve SBC Programming During a Public Health Emergency: A Call To Action
- Effective Behaviors to Prevent Zika
- Human-Centered Design Templates and Tools
- Design Kit for Human-Centered Design
- What is Human-Centered Design?
- Course on Human-Centered Design
- Insights Report: Using human-centered Design to Identify Improved Behavioral and Structural Solutions for Zika Prevention
- Empowering Communities to Fight Zika: Capacity Strengthening During the Zika Outbreak Response
- Evidence-Based Prioritization Process to Identify Behaviors for Zika Prevention
- Capacity Strengthening During the Zika Outbreak Response: Empowering Communities to Fight Zika
- Programmatic Implications of Zika-Related Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices