Report and Documentation:
Case Study and Testimonial Documentation
We search, observe, and record stories of your actions’ affect on people’s lives.
We use case studies to highlight constituents’ stories of the impact of the projects. A well written case study can powerfully convey the impacts of any project and establish your credibility. While reporting case studies we strengthen it by drawing on good research practices including the inquisitive questions, case selection, representation, reporting and ethics. We also apply the same approach while recording the testimonials of staff, supporters, partners and other enablers to well document the process and progress.
Through the means of case studies we present a rich and detailed picture and tell a strong story about different aspects of a project. A single case can be any person, object or place that is the focus of your intervention. We select cases related to the initial purpose or targeted objective. A case study is an umbrella for a range of different forms of inquiry. The content of the case study is generated by a process of collection and analysis. Case studies can utilise different methods including monitoring data, interviews, focus groups and observation. Sometimes quantitative data are included in case studies although the analytic process for case study research tends to be qualitative. Case study data are combined in a narrative format to tell a story.