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Lessons from Practice: Assessing Scalability

 

This new report "Lessons from Practice: Assessing Scalability" [PDF] aims to provide specific tools and guidance to World Bank Task Team Leaders (TTLs) and other agricultural development specialists which can assist them in identifying the potential for scaling up small, innovative projects throughout the entire project cycle - from inception through completion. This report, developed in collaboration with the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University, draws on lessons from the experience of the Development Marketplace (MD) in funding scale innovation projects and offer strategic advice to agricultural practitioners on assessing the scalability for such projects.

Videos

Scaling-Up videos from Nigeria, India and Mongolia [PDF]

Discussion Papers
Thinking Systematically About Scaling Up: Developing Guidance for Scaling Up World Bank-supported Agriculture and Rural Development Operations, Marketa Jonasova and Sanjiva Cooke
Scaling Up in Agriculture, Rural Development and Nutrition, IFPRI, Edited by Johannes F. Linn

Case Studies

Case Study on Potential for Scaling Up: "Waste to Wealth by Incubating Mini Cold Storage Technology Ventures" in India, Anuradha Desai, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University [PDF]
Case Study on Potential for Scaling Up: "Value Chain Development for Textile Projects" in Mongolia, Barry Shelly, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University [PDF]
Case Study on Potential for Scaling Up: "Adding Value to Waste in the Cassava Processing-Goat Keeping Systems in Nigeria, Danielle Fuller, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University [PDF]
ARD Notes
Lessons from Scaling Up: Lessons and Recommendations for Agricultural Practitioners [PDF] 
Lessons from Scaling Up: Recycling Cassava Waste - A Triple Win for Development A Case Study from Nigeria [PDF]
Lessons from Scaling Up: Developing Value Chains for Wool A Case from Mongolia [PDF]



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