Case Studys

In early 2016, Jigsaw Consult conducted a quasi-experimental baseline study of Grade one literacy and numeracy levels in Kenya and Uganda for the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF).

In 2015, Samaritan's Purse had just completed implementing a three-year maternal and child health (MCH) project in Napal district in north-east Uganda.

KRIK and Christian Sports Contact (CHRISC) initiated the Uwezo Sports for Social Inclusion project in 2012.

Over a three-year period, Tearfund were working with Malawian partner Livingstonia Synod AIDS Programme (LISAP) to implement a Scottish government funded project in Karonga district focusing on the empowerment of girls and

The Africa Educational Trust (AET), founded in 1958, provides on-the-ground support to schools in Somaliland, South Sudan, Uganda and Kenya. AET aims to find innovative ways to provide formal and non-formal education for disadvantaged children and young people.

Since its creation in 1940 Progressio has sought to bring hope to those most vulnerable in the world and to champion peace for people facing conflict.

The case study report is available here.

In the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan, Integral Alliance launched its most significant collaborative disaster response to date.

Tearfund has a wealth of knowledge and experience in delivering disaster response programming stretching back to 1968 and the Biafra famine. It was with this depth of experience that Tearfund embarked upon a response to Pakistan’s floods in late 2010.


For an organisation working in 33 countries with over 700 partners, data management and monitoring and analysis become key drivers for success.

Read the final Connect4Change report here.