- Dejong, Jocelyn
- A Question of Scale? The challenge of expanding the impact of non-governmental organisations' HIV/AIDS efforts in developing countries
- The Population Council; International HIV/AIDS Alliance, August 2001, 165 pp
- http://synkronweb.aidsalliance.org/graphics/secretariat/publications csd1201_A_question_of_scale.pdf
"This publication is primarily based on a background paper written by Jocelyn DeJong of the Institute for Development Policy and Management at the University of Manchester, UK. The paper was commissioned by the Horizons Programme and the International HIV/AIDS Alliance to inform discussions at an international seminar on scaling up NGO HIV/AIDS programmes held in Windsor, UK, in September, 2000."
"The HIV/AIDS pandemic is growing so rapidly that the organisations that are responding it are unable to operate at sufficient scale or with enough impact to stem its progress. As a result, NGOs around the world are working to scale up their HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support programmes in developing countries. This publication draws on a draft that was written to inform debate at an international seminar held in Windsor, UK, in September 2000 on scaling up NGO HIV/AIDS programmes. Twelve NGOs from around the world attended the seminar and presented their own experiences of scaling up. The report addresses issues such as whether there is a trade-off between expansion and quality, proposes a typology of scaling up in relation to HIV/AIDS, and discusses the risks entailed and special challenges. It incorporates case studies presented at the seminar."