Join us in a session facilitated by Dalberg Design’s Creative Lead, Sanjukta Das, to help new and curious practitioners improve their understanding of using human-centred design (HCD) in the context of AYSRH programming.
This is a practical session will focus on integrating HCD methods in the research phase of a project, sharing up to 5 different methods and how to decide which methods to choose based on your audience/user groups. Come ready to ask your questions and try out these methods using an AYSRH scenario!
Date: June 29th
Time: 4:30PM EAT / 7PM IST / 2:30 WAT / 9:30AM EST Register here!
I’m very excited to introduce our session facilitator! Meet Sanjukta!
Creative Lead, Dalberg Design
Sanjukta is a Creative Lead at Dalberg Design based in Mumbai. At Dalberg she has worked with philanthropic foundations, state governments and social enterprises across MNCH+A, SRH, Public Health, Gender & Technology. Sanjukta blends her skills in adaptive leadership to build Human Centred Design capacity in clients, partners and teams.
Sanjukta’s recent work involves working with a state government’s nodal agency for implementing e-governance, to scale solutions in the state that are encouraging and inclusive of women’s participation in accessing MNCH content and government entitlements. She has worked with USAID on global health projects that provide reproductive health information and services with private sector partnerships to young adults. Sanjukta has also led initiatives within Dalberg for NGOs and social enterprises to inculcate design mindsets in product development process, diagnose and prototype organisational change and org culture initiatives.
Prior to joining Dalberg, Sanjukta worked as a consultant with IDEO.org on a multi stakeholder team consisting of members of Dept. of Health and Family Welfare, Rajasthan, that implements the adolescent health program for adolescents by The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. She has worked as a senior manager of research and innovation at Ayzh, a social enterprise that improves maternal and newborn health outcomes through training programs and tools that empower caregivers to adhere to best practices. She has previously been a project manager and researcher at Simpa energy, a social enterprise that makes solar energy accessible in rural markets. Sanjukta graduated from the Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay with a Masters in Interaction Design. Sanjukta is an Acumen fellow and Aspen institute scholar.