Adolescent Health Project in Nebraska

Year: 2019
Where: USA


The Sherwood Foundation engaged Scope to conduct market research about adolescent sexual attitudes, behaviors and needs in Omaha and rural Nebraska and to conduct user-centered design to facilitate and lead the co-creation of solution prototypes that improve SRH among young people in Nebraska.

Scope completed the Market Research phase of the initiative which involved field research with youth people, SRH providers, and experts in Omaha and rural Nebraska. The Market Research resulted in insights, personas, and user journeys that provide a solid understanding of the challenges of young people in Omaha and Nebraska. In June 2019, the Scope team launched co-creation activities in order to gain critical information from stakeholders and user groups that guides the creation of early viable solution prototypes. The project will result in the adaptation of a SRH digital platform and multiple supporting interventions that can be incorporated into the Adolescent Health project.