Scaling-up and rooting-down: a case study of North-South partnerships for health from Tanzania

  title={Scaling-up and rooting-down: a case study of North-South partnerships for health from Tanzania},
  author={J. Hope Corbin and Maurice B. Mittelmark and Gro Th. Lie},
  booktitle={Global health action},
BACKGROUND North-South Partnership (NSP) is the mandated blueprint for much global health action. Northern partners contribute funding and expertise and Southern partners contribute capacity for local action. Potential Northern partners are attracted to Southern organizations that have a track record of participating in well-performing NSPs. This often leads to the rapid 'scaling up' of the Southern organization's activities, and more predictable and stable access to resources. Yet, scaling up… CONTINUE READING
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