Case Studies

Case studies are examples of particular agencies, programs, systems or activities that highlight success (or less often failure) of their implementation. They provide concrete information that allow other organizations and individuals to gain an understanding of how something functions in order to determine whether it can be adapted to use in their own local context.

Good case studies will explain methods, development, successes/failures, proof of achievement (through evaluation of outcomes), key learnings, recommendations for change, financial and human resource implications etc.