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In this section you can find tools and resources to guide you through the expansion and transference of practices, including the different approaches and requirements for scaling-up. 

 

EUROPEAN SCALING-UP STRATEGY IN ACTIVE AND HEALTHY AGEING

Description
This strategy has been developed by the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP AHA or Partnership) (2015), which brought together key stakeholders in this policy area to foster scaling-up across regions and countries.
This paper presents five steps for scaling up an effective European scaling up strategy. The first three steps include elements of what to scale up, while the remaining two constitute embrace the how to scale up part.  Step five sets a framework for developing an individual scaling-up strategy and provides the reader with a set of practical examples from the Partnership on how the different stages of implementation have been successfully accomplished:
1. Planning the innovative service and setting up a system for change
2. Organizational process and design choices
3. Monitoring, evaluation and dissemination
For more information, visit:
European Scaling-up Strategy in Active and Health Ageing

 

SCALING UP: A FRAMEWORK AND LESSONS FOR DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVENESS FROM LITERATURE AND PRACTICE. HARTMAN AND LINN. WOLFENSOHN CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT PAPER 5, 2008

Description
Through this document, the authors provide an assessment of the experience with development interventions generally applicable to other types of interventions and projects with a vocation to expand and stay in place. A brief post-script at the end of the paper draws some preliminary conclusions for aid-financed programs, and their donors, as a way to demonstrate how their scaling up framework can be applied to the issue of aid effectiveness.
The authors explore throughout the different chapters the possible approaches and paths to scaling up: institutional approaches and organizational paths, planning, and management process, monitoring and evaluation.  It also includes a section about lessons learned from the experience and the key success factors for scaling up.
For more information, visit:
Scaling Up: Lessons for Development Effectiveness