Mainstreaming scaling in governments and donors
The first part of Plenary #2 of this year’s Workshop summarized lessons from the CoP’s work on Institutionalization in Host Governments as a scaling strategy and on efforts by CoP members to mainstream a focus on scaling within donor organizations. It featured perspectives from civil society, government, and funders.
The recording and materials from this session can be found here.
Johannes Linn, Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Co-Chair of the Scaling CoP
Larry Cooley, President Emeritus at MSI, Co-Chair of the Scaling CoP and Co-Chair of the CoP Monitoring & Evaluation Working Group
Rajani Ved, Former Executive Director, National Health Systems Resource Centre, Government of India
Noam Angrist, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Young1ove, Botswana
Robert McLean, Senior Program Specialist at IDRC
Elaine Tinsley, Private Sector Specialist at World Bank, Co-Chair of the CoP Social Enterprise Working Group
Gwyn Hainsworth, Senior Program Officer at Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Laura Ghiron, President at Partners in Expanding Health Quality & Access, Member of ExpandNet Secretariat, Co-Chair of the CoP’s Health Technical Working Group
John Floretta, Global Deputy Executive Director at J-PAL, Co-Chair of CoP Monitoring & Evaluation Working Group