Moving away from Erindi-roukambe: Transferability of a rural community-based co-design

@inproceedings{WinschiersTheophilus2013MovingAF,
  title={Moving away from Erindi-roukambe: Transferability of a rural community-based co-design},
  author={Heike Winschiers-Theophilus and Naska Winschiers-Goagoses and Kasper Rodil and Edwin H. Blake and Tariq Zaman},
  year={2013}
}
It has become increasingly clear that situated design and contextualized research needs to undergo a validation phase to determine transferability. Within our longitudinal research project in rural Namibia, we have reached a maturity of methods and product. Yet little do we know about their validity beyond the limited context in the absence of cross-contextual verification. In Erindi-roukambe, the site of our community-based co-design, we have learned to understand and include local… CONTINUE READING

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