WHAT IS DESIGN FOR CHANGE

Design for Change (DFC) is a global movement that cultivates the I Can mindset in every child. This I Can spirit empowers children and gives them an opportunity to express their own ideas for a better world and put them into action. Design for Change was born out of the conviction that children are not helpless, that change is possible and belief that they can drive it. Through a simple design process of Feel-Imagine-Do-Share ( FIDS for KIDS ) children are designing solutions for some of the worlds greatest challenges!

Ready to join the movement??

Our story so far

How are we doing it?

Design For Change empowers student leadership by unleashing their 
‘I CAN’ Superpower using the FIDS framework

  • Feel

  • Imagine

  • Do

  • Share

STORIES OF CHANGE FROM AROUND THE WORLD

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TAKE IT TO YOUR CLASSROOM

You can empower student leaders in your classroom by using the 4-step FIDS process

  • 1 WEEK - TOOLKIT

    The all inclusive and flexible challenge is the quickest way to unleash the 'I CAN' superpower in children. Download the toolkit and the one week support plan below and get started!

    DOWNLOAD TOOLKIT & LESSON PLAN
  • 1 MONTH TOOLKIT

    The month long curriculum enables students to work with one another, to collaborate and to engage deeply, identify the real issues and concerns. The curriculum comes with a month long support plan, download and get started.

    DOWNLOAD TOOLKIT & LESSON PLAN

Publications

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TESTIMONIALS

Mélanie Carton

  • Mélanie Carton
    Mélanie Carton
    Program Development Manager

    I’m Mélanie. I have a development projects management educational background, and I joined Zazakely Sambatra in September 2018 as development manager. I will be the referent for DfC Madagascar.Many life and work experiences across the world forged my personality. I’m a very enthusiastic person that believe that together and with a positive mindset we can do great things for our world.

    Please contact me at: melanie.zazakelysambatra@gmail.com