Advancing work, while the required funds are secured

For many development initiatives, acquiring both public and private financial support involves getting involved in a complicated process. Although funders’ resource transfers are often delayed, they frequently demand initiatives to deliver results on time as a requirement for future support. This forces initiatives to start and develop their projects with their own resources, while the arrival of the support funds is concretized.

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♣ Advancing work, while the required funds are secured