Advocacy for scale up

ExpandNet members use several key strategies to advocate for the use of systematic approaches to scaling up including:

  • Actively participating in and presenting at national and international conferences to ensure that a scaling-up focus is understood as a priority
  • Building the capacity of technical agencies and governments to work more effectively on scale up
  • Facilitating south-to-south collaborations among ExpandNet members based in countries and projects and programs who can benefit from further capacity building
  • Ensuring a platform for implementers, leaders/program managers and beneficiaries to share the results of their scale-up work
  • Disseminating learning about the application of ExpandNet’s scaling-up framework, tools and approaches via its website and other distribution channels
  • Advancing the field of scale up by collating and sharing learning about emerging scaling-up issues and resources.
  • Supporting and encouraging donors to make scaling-up a major focus of their funding.
 
 
The Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) organized a Wilson Center event to highlight country experience with scaling up high-impact health interventions. The panels were comprised of global development leaders, governmental and non-governmental stakeholders from DRC, Nigeria, and Rwanda.
The Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP) organized a Wilson Center event to highlight country experience with scaling up high-impact health interventions. The panels were comprised of global development leaders, governmental and non-governmental stakeholders from DRC, Nigeria, and Rwanda.
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Advancing scale up

ExpandNet is an informal global network of individuals from international organizations, non-governmental organizations, academic and research institutions, governmental ministries and specific projects who seek to advance the science and practice of scaling up.

 
 

CONTACT US

  • expandnet@expandnet.net

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