TCI Publications

PASS 2: How to Sustainably Scale up Global Health Programs and Measure Progress

This paper outlines key components of the TCI model and its underlying sustainable scale-up principles. It also demonstrates how TCI cities are bringing this model to life in urban family planning programs in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda), Francophone West Africa (Benin, Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Niger and Senegal), Nigeria and India and shares the successes and lessons learned to date over the past two years of implementation. While particularly relevant for urban family planning programs, TCI believes its model is applicable to any global health and development area where evidence-based interventions have been codified and can be “right-sized” to fit the local context.

More TCI PASS Bulletins

PASS 1: The Goldilocks Challenge: Right-sizing Evidence-based Practices in Family Planning
PASS 3: City-Led Health Programming Begins With Financial Commitment