How long does it take to scale a lifesaving intervention?
The Launch and Scale Speedometer database is the aggregated evidence for determining the key factors that affect the speed of introduction and uptake of lifesaving health interventions in low- and middle-income countries. This database provides access to the specific milestones and characteristic details of a variety of health interventions. Users can view and download data for a variety of activities across the continuum from introduction to uptake.
To get started, use the filters at the top of the data table to narrow the information you wish to see. Click the "Download Data" button below to download an Excel file containing all of the data, including milestone dates, characteristic details, and sources for each intervention.
Note: The database currently includes global milestone and characteristic details for interventions. Future updates will include specific country and scale data for each intervention.
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|Intervention||Intervention Type||Health Topic||WHO PQ||Developer||Champion||Main Market||WHO EML||Care Continuum||Pathway||Cost Effective||LMIC Specific||Specific Topic||Ideation||POC||SRA approval||1st Country Launch||WHO PQ or Other Approval||WHO first guidelines||WHO latest guidelines||20% Global Uptake||50% Global Uptake|