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poundA USAID-funded project- Innovations – seeks to encourage healthy maternal and child practices in non-conventional ways. Their prime contractor is taking a human-centered design (HCD) approach to developing interventions. USAID separately contracted with a research organization to evaluate the project. They want to know if the innovative HCD approach yields superior results.
My client is the research organization. I reviewed their survey tools, wrote questions for certain sections, and commented on the proposed survey plan. I also prepared an ethnographic summary on the Dagaare-speaking people the area, highlighting potential challenges to and opportunities for success. I briefed my client and, at my client’s request, briefed the prime contractor.

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How do you get kids to sit still long enough to understand how nanotechnology affects their day-to-day lives?

Make it fun!   This is a project I developed for the American Chemical Society in November, 2012.  Have fun trying it.

Even chemistry can be fun.
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Low-investment/High-return media ideas.

http://www.winthropmorgan.com/cer/Education-Advocacy Toolkit.zip

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Planning and costing a five-year cervical cancer screening and treatment program at the invitation of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and with the support of the World Health Organization.

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