Case Study

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Client: Save the Children

The Objective

Save the Children UK approached us to develop a number of learning modules to support the roll out of their Minimum Reporting Package (MRP). This essential project was developed to support standardised data collection for emergency feeding programmes around the world. The modules needed to support classroom-based training.

The Solution

Working in partnership with Save the Children’s nutritional experts, Little Man Project developed four modules for staff working in the field and at country and head office level. The modules introduced users to the minimum reporting standards for emergency supplementary and therapeutic feeding programmes. We also provided a detailed introduction and hands-on experience of the MRP software through the use of interactive software simulations and activities.

Little Man Project produced all the modules in Articulate Storyline to allow future updates to be completed by Save the Children, who were given the source files. The learning modules were made up of around 270 minutes and included 15 interactions and quizzes and over 30 software simulations.

The Process

Given the unique topic, the process to develop the modules was very collaborative. This included regular Skype meetings with the project team based in London and Madrid to ensure the solution was technically accurate, fully accessible and culturally diverse. Save the Children played a major role in the design and testing throughout.

The Impact

“The modules are main focus, for the facilitation of this major change in practice across the world and to date they have been used in over 25 different countries. We are incredibly proud to have been associated with Save the Children’s amazing work and to have produced over four hours of online learning in just under 12 weeks.

It’s been an absolute pleasure working with Little Man Project. No course development project comes without its challenges, and Gill’s enthusiasm, professionalism, flexibility and determination led to four great looking, engaging and incredibly useful modules. These modules are key to the ECHO-funded nutrition project that aims to improve monitoring and reporting of emergency supplementary feeding programmes across NGOs globally.
Elena Pullara, Learning & Development Systems Advisor, Save the Children UK