The limited impact of natural resource management technologies and practices, successful at a pilot level, is a cause of concern. In order to promote \"scaling up\", the experiences of organisations attempting to increase the impact of successful pilot work of projects in Bolivia, Nepal and Uganda were documented. Some of the lessons learnt from these projects were incorporated and implemented within institutional workplans of development projects in Bolivia. This chapter discusses the main requirements for scaling-up that were identified.
Middleton, T., de la Fuente, T. and Ellis-Jones, J (2005) Scaling-up successful pilot experiences in natural resource management: Lessons from Bolivia. pp 221-238 (Chapter 16) in Stocking, M., Helleman, H. and White, R. (eds) Renewable natural resources management for mountain communities. Kathmandu, Nepal: ICIMOD.