Core, the pioneering M4ID project aiming to better understand and equip women to lead healthier sexual and reproductive lives, now has its own online hub at thisiscore.org
The website was developed over fall 2018 to serve a multi-pronged purpose, a one-stop-shop for all things Core. It recounts the project from its early stages, including the research and data from the project’s design research phases as well as serves as the repository for the custom methods, resources and tools developed and used by Core.
thisiscore.org went live in February 2019, serving as a vehicle to engage with stakeholders and keeping them up-to-date with the latest progress from the project. Moreover, amplified through a rounded communications strategy that includes newsletter outreach and social media, the website is also a hub for design practitioners, global health professionals and broader development sector audiences, giving them access to a host of tools and resources to advance their interventions for women’s sexual and reproductive health.
Visit thisiscore.org, to learn more about how the Core project is taking sexual and reproductive health care-provision beyond vertically-driven supply-side thinking, and charting a way forward that better responds to dynamic sexual and reproductive health care-seeking behaviours among women in India, Kenya, Nigeria and Tanzania.
Core is now in the Understand stage of its human-centered design process.