We’re excited to share feedback and questions with you from a set of experts that are supporting this Challenge.
We encourage you to think about this feedback as you continue to improve your idea, whether that’s refining it or adding more context. You are welcome to respond in the comments section and/or to incorporate feedback into the text of your idea. Your idea and all associated comments will all be reviewed during the final review process, but all critical information should be in the body of your contribution somewhere.
- One of our experts writes, "The use of self-activated audio embedded cards sounds really interesting and a unique way to address these needs" - bravo! - We're eager to know about what kinds of content will be developed and how the cards would be distributed, especially providing more details on how this technology would be delivered to girls. For example, would cards be handed our in a classroom setting or at a market stall? Would the cards be used as part of smaller health talks and used as a tool by facilitators? How will you determine the messaging and content of the audio cards? How would you approach finding out what kinds of messages resonate most with girls and stakeholders? - The cards could be a great way to build awareness and educate girls and young people - how does this then connect them to more information and potentially services?
In case you missed it, check out this Storytelling Toolkit (http://ideo.to/OZznV4) for inspiration on crafting strong and compelling stories as well as the recorded Office Hour (http://ideo.to/Gf1Cs6). Storytelling is an incredibly useful tool to articulate an idea and make it come to life for those reading it. Don’t forget - the last day to make changes to your contribution on the OpenIDEO platform is October 26 at 11:30PM PST.