A University wanted to adapt an education peer to peer tutoring model proven successful in different parts of the world to make it relevant to Mexico students from underserved areas. The success of initial launch of the program was key in order to attract potential funders, participants, and government support.
I conducted research and analysis through expert interviews (academics, nonprofits, and government) in Brazil, Chile, USA, Poland, and Mexico to identify best practices and conducted a workshop with international experts who helped identify which of these best practices where actually relevant for the design of the program.
The university got funds from the government and launched the pilot got funding the first iteration of the program in February of 2015. The program has been running since then with continuous adjustments.
Here is the website of the current program.