Scaling innovations to accelerate progress towards development and climate goals

Authors Parnika Jhunjhunwala View all posts Ben Kumpf View all posts Johannes Linn View all posts

How to help them help themselves

Author A.Z.M Nazmul Islam Chowdhury View all posts

Scaling and Systems Change Have to Go Hand-in-hand

Authors Richard Kohl View all posts Elizabeth Vance View all posts

  This blog was initially posted on Broadband Search. Read the full blog post here. Author Scaling CoP View all posts

Evaluation approaches to scaling – application and lessons

This blog was initially posted on the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie). Read the full blog post here. Author Johannes Linn View all posts

Evaluation for impact at scale – a need for interventions along the pathway

This blog was initially published on the International Initiative for Impact Education (3ie). Read the full blog post here. Author Johannes Linn View all posts

Hardwiring the scaling-up habit in donor organizations

Author Johannes Linn View all posts

Scaling and Systems: Issues Paper

A recent Working Paper for the Scaling Community of Practice (CoP) identified a number of cross-cutting issues whose further exploration would benefit the entire CoP membership.  One of these was the relationship between Scaling and Systems.  There has been a vigorous debate in the scaling community on the extent to which systems need to be taken into account in scaling […]

Public Expenditure for Child Care Reform: How to Use Influence to Reach Scale

By: Beth Bradford, Changing the Way We Care Technical Director, Maestral and Erica Dahl-Bredine, Changing the Way We Care Influence, Learning, and Engagement Director, CRS Efforts to promote family care of children and reduce the reliance of national children’s care systems on residential institutions depend heavily on public systems and therefore public finance. National care reform is increasingly on the […]

Sierra Leone Shows Low-Cost Scaling Up of Community Based Legal Advice and Assistance is Possible

By: Marcus Manuel (m.manuel@odi.org.uk) and Clare Manuel, ODI Summary Forthcoming ODI research shows that the new, mainly government-funded, Sierra Leone Legal Aid Board has scaled up community-based justice advice and assistance by a factor of 10 and has done so affordably, reducing unit costs by a factor of at least 5 compared to previous foundation and donor-supported programmes. The Board […]

Strengthening Sustainable Early Childhood Development (ECD) Programming in Lebanon through the Ahlan Simsim/Play to Learn Scaling Approach

By: IRC Team Vulnerable infants and children in Lebanon, including Syrian refugees between the ages of 0 and 5, face a general lack of quality early childhood support and are frequently exposed to stressful home environments. Often, they don’t have access to pre-school or daycare services that support their early development. This is due to an unequal distribution of daycares and nurseries […]

HarvestPlus Updates Biofortification Priority Index with More Crops and Features

By: Destan Aytekin (D.Aytekin@cgiar.org) HarvestPlus and Ekin Birol (E.Birol@cgiar.org) What is the Biofortification Priority Index (BPI)? The BPI is an analytical tool developed by Harvestplus to inform data-driven decisions for scaling up biofortification. It is also recognized as one of the notable innovations of the CGIAR global agricultural research partnership over the past 50 years. The BPI helps identify where […]

Can a Telenovela Help Kids Stay in School during COVID-19?

By Sergio De Marco and Barbara Sparrow A still from the telanovela “Decidiendo para un Futuro Mejor” (Choosing a Better Future). In late 2020, as part of Peru’s national mobilization for educational continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s Ministry of Education started airing episodes of a telanovela “Decidiendo para un Futuro Mejor” (Choosing a Better Future), on national TV, embedded in […]

Scaling Up Impact – the Key Challenge for the Development Community Takeaways from a Workshop of the Scaling Community of Practice

By: Lawrence Cooley, Richard Kohl, and Johannes Linn “Scaling up impact” is the new watchword in development. Cynics might be inclined to dismiss it as the newest fad in the merry-go-round of fads in development theory and practice. But this would be a serious mistake. It is high time that the development community gets beyond the prevalent focus[1] on one-off […]

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