How to write a Case Study for Impact Reporting

Case studies are method of conducting research, or demonstrating the impact of a project.

This Case Study Framework was written for the Community Mental Health Transformation project, but can be applied to similar impact reports. A case study can provide emotive context to your project and help showcase it’s value to your target community by highlighting your achievements and positive outcomes.

Good impact reporting helps beneficiaries, volunteers, donors, funders and other supporters understand and engage with an organisation. It also helps staff and trustees focus on results and work to achieve their vision.

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