Lessons from the field: Implementing a women’s collective...
Jun 1st 2023
“You’re telling us that we’ll have to sell products in the village to earn extra i...Read More
A link to the full paper is here.
Isabel Guerrero and Larry Cooley spent decades understanding the obstacles that social innovations face as they attempt to reach scale. In this working paper, they describe how many innovative solutions at the grassroots to tackle poverty rarely scale, partly due to a lack of capacity to perform intermediation functions (such as strategic planning, impact evaluations, convening and coordinating stakeholders, change management, etc.). Intermediation often proves to be the clutch that connects innovations at the grassroots to scale.