Demand 2.0: Mobilizing capital for reproductive health
Hope Neighbor, Camber Collective
In the past five years, a surge of demand-side methods, including behavioral psychology, behavioral economics, segmentation, and human-centered design, has strengthened the global health field’s ability to understand demand for family planning. Even with initial successes, integrating these methods to develop and deliver radically better reproductive health experiences is early days. This panel will discuss the experience of integrating human-centered methods in global sexual and reproductive health, and the opportunities that exist to accelerate this integration—to reveal untapped market opportunity and to mobilize critically-needed capital in global family planning more quickly.
Africa, blended capital, concessionary investments, family planning, Gender Equity, Global Health, investing in women and girls, Women's Empowerment
Hope Neighbor (Camber Collective) - organizer Theo Gibbs (YLabs) Ram Prasad (Final Mile) Reshma Traci (Pathfinder) Claudia Vondrasek (USAID/Breakthrough ACTION Project)
Breakthrough Action: https://breakthroughactionandresearch.org/ (re)Solve: http://www.pathfinder.org/projects/resolve/ Transform Phare: https://www.psi.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Fact-Sheet_Transform-PHARE-2.pdf Family Planning in Niger: http://www.cambercollective.com/fpniger/ Men Stand Up: http://y-labs.org/projects/menstandup Final Mile: http://finalmile.in/#aboutUs