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Yesterday I had an interesting conversation with colleagues at UNDP who are organizing an event about “scaling up”.
The idea of scaling up successful pilots or innovations has long been one of the holy grails of aid work, and it seems we’re still quite not sure how to do it, or at least how to do it consistently, or how to “pick winners” i.e. 1,440 more words
Good morning! This is my first post for the ‘Blogging from A-Z April Challenge’. My theme: you guessed it right! I know it is obvious but this is probably the only theme on which I could write 26 posts over the next 5 weeks, considering that I have struggled to write more than once in a month. 314 more words
People love telling stories of their exploits. The telling of these oral accounts serves a number of functions that can potentially enhance the flow of knowledge to the point of need, ultimately increasing the likelihood of a project having impact. 529 more words
Dr. David Budtz Pedersen organized the session “Global Excellence: New Drivers and Innovative Solutions” at this year’s American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Annual Meeting 2014, 13-17 February, Chicago. 254 more words