The Stopping As Success (SAS) project employed a qualitative case study design using a “collaborative learning approach”. Collaborative learning takes an iterative approach of “looping” back through the evidence-gathering and analysis phases to ensure findings are well-informed, reflective of local realities and useful for those who might engage with the final materials produced through the work. The project had five primary phases:

  1. Desk Research: A Review of Literature, Policy and Practice
  2. Online Consultation: “Aid Exits and Locally Led Development
  3. Case Studies
  4. Regional Evidence Review Meetings
  5. Tool/Resource Development
Read the complete SAS methodology here »