Women from Dupsahai at borehole. Photo by David duChemin

As the BOMA Project expands into new counties in Kenya and a new country this year—we are currently planning for launch in Karamoja, Uganda with our partner Mercy Corps—the concept of “replication” becomes ever more relevant. While we continue to refine and adapt our model, we know that replicating what works is the way to achieve scale—to reach our goal of impacting 1,000,000 women and children by 2022. This thought-provoking piece in Stanford Social Innovation Review by Kevin Starr, Director of Mulago Foundation and Greg Coussa, of Spring Impact, makes the case for replication over endless innovation, and gives BOMA a nice mention for our commitment to this strategy. Please read the piece here:  https://ssir.org/articles/entry/enough_innovation_already