Adaptations in Social Franchising: Promising Strategies for Scale

November 3, 2016
Online
Recap

SHOPS Plus hosted a webinar on promising operational approaches from several social franchise networks. Presenters from Marie Stopes International and Population Services International shared a brief overview of a framework for replicating these approaches. 

SHOPS Plus documented and analyzed a range of social franchising programs to identify operational adaptions aimed at better leveraging health market opportunities, reducing programming costs, and achieving service delivery scale. Findings informed a conceptual framework that will assist franchise implementers in determining whether opportunities exist to replicate similar adaptations in their country context. 

View a recording of the webinar.

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