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Aidspan Website Adds Graphical Representation of Grant Delays
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Aidspan Website Adds Graphical Representation of Grant Delays

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Download PDF The website of Aidspan, the NGO that publishes GFO, now provides a graphical record of changes over time in the extent to which various groups of Global Fund grants are ahead of or behind schedule. The graphs can be reached by clicking on “Graphs” near the top of www.aidspan.org/grants/totals. One of the graphs is reproduced below. (If it…

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ABSTRACT The website of Aidspan, the NGO that publishes GFO, now provides a graphical record of the extent to which various groups of Global Fund grants are ahead of or behind schedule.

The website of Aidspan, the NGO that publishes GFO, now provides a graphical record of changes over time in the extent to which various groups of Global Fund grants are ahead of or behind schedule. The graphs can be reached by clicking on “Graphs” near the top of www.aidspan.org/grants/totals.

One of the graphs is reproduced below. (If it is not visible, or is unclear, it should be clear at the above web address.) This particular graph shows, for instance, that grants to Latin America and the Caribbean, currently the most behind schedule on average, were amongst the nearest to being on schedule nine months ago.

The graphs show that every four months or so, the average grant has fallen one more month behind schedule.

Note: In the last issue of GFO, where we listed the extent to which 311 grants are ahead of or behind schedule, we made errors with regard to three grants, for which we apologize. The grants were for Mongolia (MON-102-G01-T-00), Morocco (MOR-102-G01-H-00) and Tajikistan (TAJ-102-G01-H-00). As has been shown at www.aidspan.org/grants since we learned of the error, all three grants are performing significantly better than we reported in GFO.

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