Integrated Development Case Studies
April 2016 — To better understand the effectiveness of multisector, integrated approaches, FHI 360 aggregated information from 68 integrated development programs that we have delivered or are currently implementing. Rarely are distinct programs, even from the same sectors, offered the opportunity to combine their lessons. By packaging and sharing this body of knowledge, we aim to inform and improve the design, delivery and evaluation of integrated development approaches.
This series of case studies on select FHI 360 programs in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda is one product of that collected knowledge. The perspectives in each study are based on desk reviews of project materials and in-person interviews with the project staff, partners and community members. Each case study provides three common challenges documented by the 68 integrated projects and illustrates how each project approached those challenges.