How learning-by-doing can help cut through complexity in health service delivery
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There is no single solution for successfully scaling-up key interventions and reaching the poor. Implementation research, using tools and approaches that are inclusive, participatory, and flexible, is essential for “learning-by-doing” to understand what works best in a particular context. Throughout the duration of the Future Health Systems project (FHS), country teams have committed to undertaking systematic learning though implementation research and by bringing together key actors involved in service delivery. In this Key Message Brief, we share some examples of how FHS teams have embodied a “learning-by-doing” approach, and what the consequences of this approach have been.