Scaling Up Interventions Focused on the Poor and Hungry
- Does experience point to certain types of interventions that better lend themselves to scaling up?
- What are the key constraints to scaling up interventions for the poorest and hungry people, and how can they be overcome? What strategies can be used to create the right incentives for widespread implementation of interventions within the domestic political system and multilateral organizations? How can the capacity of implementing organizations be improved?
- What lessons can we learn about what actors should be involved in scaling up—public sector, private sector, civil society organizations? How can development partners best support scaling up?
- How should public investment be scaled up? In which sectors, in what sequence? How can sustainable operation and financing of scaled-up interventions be assured?
- What speaks against scaling up/large scale and for diversity/small scale? What is the optimal scale?
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