Systematic Scale-Up

Scale-Up Should Not Be Left to Chance.

E2A and our partners, including scale-up leader ExpandNet, have gained significant experience applying  systematic scale-up approaches in multiple countries. We’re committed to sharing what we’ve learned—to help you develop pathways to success. We believe systematic scale-up is one of the keys to achieving global family planning goals and ensuring the world’s women and girls can access the quality services they need.

 

Countries where our systematic scale-up approaches have been adopted by governments, institutions, and implementing organizations: Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Togo, Uganda

 

Learn from Our Programs

Explore key publications to get important takeaways and findings from E2A’s scale-up experience and results across Africa

NIGERIA

Facilitators and Barriers to Systematically Scaling-up Family Planning Task-Shifting and Task-Sharing of Contraceptive Implants in Cross River State, Nigeria

 

DRC

Expansion of Community-Based Family Planning in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Using a Systematic Approach to Scale-Up

KENYA & UGANDA

Creating Lasting Change: A Case of the HOPE-LVB Project

Prioritizing Health Needs: Institutionalizing Integration Through Population, Health, and Environment Advocacy in East Africa

NIGER

University Leadership for Change in Sexual and Reproductive Health in Niger

SEE ALL SCALE-UP PUBLICATIONS

Join the Community of Practice

Do you want to increase the knowledge and use of approaches for sustainable scale-up? Join the Global Community of Practice on Systematic Approaches for Scale-up of Family Planning/ Reproductive Health Best Practices, co-chaired by E2A’s partner, ExpandNet.

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Explore ExpandNet Essentials

Based on comprehensive literature reviews and the extensive experience of its members with major scale-up initiatives, ExpandNet, together with WHO, has produced tools, guides, and other resources for country teams, projects, and institutions to use in their scale-up endeavors, including: