If it works, scale it up!

From IFAD social reporting blog Thu Feb 28 2013, 02:55:00

by Rosalie Lehel, IFAD Natural Resource Management Programme Support Officer, East and Southern Africa

Nairobi, Kenya - Sometimes what is important is not only to have a new idea, but to be able to expand what already works.

That was the key message of the first 3 days write-shop on scaling up frameworks that took place in Nairobi, Kenya. Organised by IFAD, the write-shop gathered together members of the Kenyan Government, representatives of associations and project coordinators to talk about what scaling up means, and how to put it in practice.

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