Using immersion research and people-driven design to improve behavior change programs

This research note describes the use of immersion research in combination with people-driven design as an alternative approach to tackling intransigent behavior change challenges.


Behavior change, especially in relation to nutrition, health, and hygiene, is a key outcome for many international development programs. However, for decades, demonstration of genuine, positive wide-scale sustainable behavior change resulting from su

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