Systems thinking is a phrase development practitioners and funders hear often, but isn’t always aligned with the day to day experiences of local actors. It does not have to be that way.
Systems thinking reveals multiple reasons for a problem and multiple solutions. We believe that this approach that can help uncover structural factors underlying a problem.
Global Integrity came to this project to learn about the value and limitations of applying a participatory systems thinking approach (PSTA) that could contribute to better health outcomes, by sparking small, and incremental changes in the system.