Campaign to promote test-kits to combat STIs
I am participating in an ECIU project on the topic of “Lifestyle influences on reproductive health”. Given that this is a broad topic and we were given the freedom to interpret our own meaning, we dedicated ourselves to solving the challenge “How can we increase transparency on reproductive health for people who want to preserve their fertility?“.
We got interested in at-home test kits targeting the STIs Chlamydia and Gonorrhea and decided on trying to do whatever we can to promote their usage and making them more accessible.
We contacted test-kit suppliers, universities and non-profit organizations to encourage collaboration between them. In the meantime we created a google form to gather data on our target audience. You can see the results on a simple website.