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Thinking systematically about scaling up: Developing guidance for scaling up World Bank-supported agriculture and rural development operations
(The World Bank, 2012)
Although a substantial body of literature, research, and analysis on scaling up is available, it generally lacks specifi c frameworks or practical guidelines that can be used to identify scalable activities or the factors ...
Scaling Up: A Framework and lessons for development effectiveness from literature and practice
(The Brookings Institution, 2008)
In this paper, we take a comprehensive look at what the literature and practice tell us about whether and how to scale up development interventions. Our aim is not to present a theory, nor an operational handbook on ...
Documenting,Evaluating and Learning from our Development Projects: A Participatory Systematization Workbook
(International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, 1996)
This workbook was developed by the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) as part of its ongoing efforts to strengthen the institutional capacity of development organizations worldwide. IIRR is a nonprofit, ...
Scaling Up in Agriculture, Rural Development, and Nutrition
After decades of neglect, volatile food prices and the persistence of hunger and malnutrition have brought agriculture and nutrition to the forefront of the international development agenda. As governments, donors, and ...
Knowledge sharing for rural development: Challenges, experiences and methods
(Agencia Latinoamericana de Información (Latin American Information Agency), 2007)
Since the "Green Revolution", world food production has grown at a dizzy pace. Yet hunger continues to spread throughout the globe, chiefly in the countryside, as small farmers are increasingly forced into ruin. The ...
Learning from Experience and Sharing Knowledge: A Capitalization Manual
(ACF International, 2010)
This manual represents the synthesis of several components. Firstly, it comes from a series of capitalization initiatives that have occurred over the last few years in both ACF headquarters and from those working in the ...