GAHI convenes stakeholders around a specific focus area, in order to address political, process and evidence barriers, together.
The process to deliver at scale may differ significantly by focus area – and will be determined by the members involved. In general, however, a GAHI-convened process will have five elements:
- Inventory: Running an open and transparent process to identify innovations
- Curation: Using a robust, vetted methodology to identify scalable innovations
- Scaling: Systematically testing innovations while learning about their value
- Evidence: Marshalling evidence to determine the right pathway to impact
- Change: Securing the systemic change required to deliver at scale