Innovation Brief: Identifying Power Dynamics Among Target Audiences and Influencers in the Project Design Process
Power dynamics between influencers and target audiences can significantly affect a project’s success.
At times, these dynamics are anticipated, other times they are observed in the design process and sometimes they are only seen during implementation. When designing a project addressing voluntary family planning (FP), influencers play a significant role, often affecting intervention outcomes.
The objective of this brief is to describe how Transform/PHARE uncovered and addressed power dynamics related to project activities to better ensure successful outcomes.
- Innovation Brief: Engaging Influencers and Non-Traditional Actors in Participatory Processes for Family Planning Program Design
- Innovation Brief: Translating Audience Segmentation Data into Family Planning Programmatic Action
- Innovation Brief: Breaking Down Barriers to Family Planning Access by Engaging Agents of Change
- Birth Spacing and Family Welfare Sermons
- Empathy – How to Improve Your Designs by Developing Empathy for Your Target Group
- Prioritizing and Targeting SBC Investments for Youth
- Technical Brief: Using Social Media to Disseminate COVID-19 Information
- Straight to the Point: Identifying and Prioritizing Behavior Change Needs
- What Really Influences our Behaviours?
- Harnessing the Power of Videos
- Innovation Brief: Model Provider Research Approach to Identify Barriers and Facilitators to High Quality Family Planning Services
- Innovation Brief: Applying the Human-Centered Design Approach
- Innovation Brief: Leveraging Technology to Develop and Test Family Planning Mass Media Campaigns in Niger and Cote D’Ivoire
- Innovation Brief: The Importance of Segmentation and Tailoring Messages to Constructively Engage Men and Boys in Voluntary Family Planning
- Innovation Brief: Insights from Model Providers in Cote d'Ivoire to Strengthen Voluntary Family Planning Service Delivery
March 1, 2021