Scaling Checklists: Assessing Your Level of Evidence and Readiness (SCALER)
Scaling involves expanding, replicating, or adapting an intervention to improve lives for larger numbers of people and communities. It is considered successful when the intervention maintains or surpasses its beneficial impacts for participants after the scaling has occurred. The SCALER framework can help organizations improve the lives of more people by preparing them to successfully scale effective interventions. The SCALER helps organizations (1) ensure the intervention to be scaled is likely to produce desired outcomes and is therefore worthy of being scaled and (2) identify whether the effective intervention and the organization are ready to scale.
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