A Closer Look:

Some of Our Creative Solutions and Their Impact.

The following project stories touch on a wide range of challenges. While they take place across diverse communities and locations, they all reflect Scope’s commitment to partnering with communities and innovating across systems to develop new solutions that ultimately improve lives and create impact.


A youth-led, creative movement to mobilise and support family planning advocacy in Kenya.

Location: Nairobi and Bungoma, Kenya

Client: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Partners: DSW Kenya, E4A Mama Ye!, Jhpiego-AFP Kenya, Stage Media Arts Bungoma, UNFPA Kenya

  • Family Planning & Contraception
  • Advocacy
  • Creativity

Lab.our Ward

Rethinking the birth experience.

Location: Basta, Odisha, India

Funder: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Client: Government of Odisha, India

  • Maternal & Child Health
  • Quality of Care

Group ANC

Peer support improves maternal & newborn health.

Location: Uganda, Kenya & Guatemala

Client: Management Sciences for Health

  • Maternal & Child Health
  • Quality of Care
  • Antenatal Care

The Next T

Mobilising the Next Generation to Change the Course of HIV in Tanzania.

Location: Tanzania

Client: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Partners: Jhpiego, Tanzanian National Institute of Medical Research

  • Adolescent Health
  • HIV
  • Sexual & Reproductive Health

Adolescent Health Project

New Insights and Creative Approaches to Drive Youth-Centred Innovation.

Location: Omaha, Nebraska, USA

Funder: Sherwood Foundation

Client: Women’s Fund of Omaha

Partners: Triggerise (Tech), Smith & Lehmann (Evaluation)

  • Adolescent Health
  • Sexual & Reproductive Health
  • Digital Healthcare


Human-Centered Design for Women’s Health & Well-being.

Location: Kenya, Tanzania, India, Nigeria

Client: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Partners: CSK Tanzania, Project Concern International/India

  • Sexual & Reproductive Health
  • Adolescent Health
  • Gender
  • Digital Tools

Images As Data

Beyond Numbers: Exploring images as data.

Conducted photo-documentation of patient journeys in four countries as novel approach to understanding local contexts and sparking discussions around primary healthcare strategies.

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Global Good hosted a meeting on the future of primary healthcare in October 2018. To help guide the development of primary care strategy, the Images as Data project collected visual representations of health centres, patient pathways, and the environments around health facilities in four countries for exhibition at the summit and to share online.