Funds management and allocation

Development initiatives of all kinds devote an good deal of their time and effort in trying to secure the funds they need to accomplish their objectives.

Resources for development are limited, and some areas find it harder to get funding than others.

Moreover, the flow of available resources is being hampered by vested interests and corruption, as well as by the very mechanisms that aim to control them. Ironically, many a time this can make it harder for Initiatives to access funding, and often pre-determines the use of funds they do secure. This can prevent the implementation of plurally relevant, integral and equitably appropriated interventions.

As such, Initiatives must make the most of the resources they manage to secure by:

Related strategies at:

♣ Funds allocation

♣ Funds management

See also:

♣ Decentralized budgeting process 

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