The case studies are the result of field testing of the Toolkit in Kenya, Ghana and Honduras. They provide concrete examples of how CARE project teams have used the Toolkit to integrate adaptation into their projects, describing both the process and the results. You will also find specific examples from these field tests and others throughout the Step-by-Step Guidance.
Ghana Case Study: The LEAD Project
In Ghana, the Toolkit was tested on the Local Extension Services for Agricultural Development (LEAD) project, which focuses on developing community-based extension systems for agriculture.
Honduras Case Study: The Promoting Local Management and Good Governance to Improve
Water Supply and Sanitation Services for the Poor (PASOS-III) project
The Toolkit was field tested on the Promoting Local Management and Good Governance to Improve Water Supply and Sanitation Services for the Poor (PASOS-III) project, a water and sanitation project in Honduras.
Kenya Case Study: The Global Water Initiative (GWI)
The Global Water Initiative (GWI): Sustaining School Children’s Access to Safe Water project aims to bring sustainable access to safe water in the Garissa District of northeastern Kenya.