Wellness-centered program design
for sustainable change

Innovating wellness-centered products, services and systems by combining Psychology client-centered theories and social innovation Human Centered Design to address social problems for organizations working with young adults.


We have the solutions to our needs here in Africa. We believe that the person in need is the expert of their context. By immersing ourselves in the stories of their lived experiences we get to understand their pain points and resources. It is then, we can start co-creating interventions that will lead to sustainable change for Africa


We connect with the people we are designing for through empathic conversations to be fully immersed in their perspective. We use client centered theories of psychology to uncover values, strengths and resources that color how the person interprets the world. This creates ownership acritical element in creating sustainable change


We are intentional in how we co-create interventions with organizations. We do our best to honor our responsibility towards timely monitoring and addressing of the intended and unintended consequences of the interventions we design. Our ultimate goal is to create change that has a positive environmental, economic and social impact
Identify your goals
Continually reintermediate integrated processes through technically sound intellectual capital.
Finding the answers
Capitalize on low hanging fruit to identify a ballpark value added activity to beta test.
Step I
First meeting
  • The Why, How, and What
  • Scope of the project
  • Target group
Step II
  • Terms of reference from the organization
  • Action plan with budget from Beyonder
  • Payment of operational costs
Step III
Needs and resource assessment
  • Desk research
  • Interviews (phone or physical)
  • Data analysis
Step IV
Presentation of findings
  • Presentation of data to the team
  • Sharing of compiled report of needs assessment with teams' feedback included
  • Prototype development
  • Testing and iteration
Step V
Development of a prototype
  • Presentation of tested prototype to the team
  • Development of action plan and budget
  • Development of branding materials for the prototype
  • Development of project evaluation materials
Step VI
  • Launch of the prototype
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Documenting of the program (photos and videos and reports)
  • Handover