On our journey to explore how principles from evolution and other sciences can help us redefine a concept of ‘scaling up’ in development, we came across this simple yet extremely effective visualization of how species evolve (HT @hereissimone). What do you reckon: Could you see the “story” of development projects been told this way for the benefit… Read more »
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