Deworm the World expenses [2019]
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Deworm the World 2018 Expenses (January 1 - December 31)
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GlobalEthiopiaIndiaKenyaNigeriaPakistanVietnamTotal
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Program Restricted Grants
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Awareness - - 68,953 94,211 - - - 163,164
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Policy - - 62,732 4,149 - - 632 67,512
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Drugs - - 146,423 12,425 - - - 158,849
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Monitoring & Evaluation - - 911,071 90,581 - - - 1,001,652
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Prevalence Survey - - 229,850 - - - - 229,850
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Training - - 178,442 524,892 - - - 703,333
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Program Management 225,290 42,777 1,919,465 276,255 - - 25,281 2,489,068
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Other/Adjustments 95,380 - (146,721) 667,540 - - - 616,198
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Indirect Costs - - - - - - - 520,924
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Total Program Restricted Grants 320,670 42,777 3,370,214 1,670,052 - - 25,913 5,950,550
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General Program Restricted
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Awareness - - 8,298 62,728 47,622 - - 118,648
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Policy - - 13,283 37,054 88,452 - - 138,789
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Drugs - - 31,999 56,988 17,175 - - 106,163
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Monitoring & Evaluation 67,559 - 208,837 340,592 355,725 3,632 - 976,345
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Prevalence Survey - - 85 129,896 - - - 129,981
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Training - - 47,656 1,051,135 552,802 - - 1,651,594
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Program Management 518,659 - 405,820 331,376 585,090 76,124 - 1,917,070
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Other/Adjustments (95,380) - 146,721 (667,540) - 634,183 - 17,985
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Indirect Costs - - - - - - - 1,366,591
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Total General Program Restricted 490,838 - 862,700 1,342,230 1,646,868 713,939 - 6,423,166
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Total $ 811,507 $ 42,777 $ 4,232,914 $ 3,012,282 $ 1,646,868 $ 713,939 $ 25,913 $ 12,373,715
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NOTES:
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Global Other/Adjustments: In 2018 Evidence Action processed several grant balance adjustments to align its internal accounting records with costs reported to donors. Ultimately this is reflected by the $95k in cells C14 and C26.
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Kenya Other/Adjustments: Kenya's National School Based Deworming program is supported by GiveWell directed/general program restricted funds and program restricted grants (END Fund and EPIC); collectively these three funders contribute to a 'pool' of funding. As such, all NSBD costs are allocated to a single funder code (pooled funding code) designated as a 'general program restricted' funder code. On a quarterly basis, Evidence Action processes grant balance adjustments to proportionally allocate all costs incurred within that quarter to the three funders (GiveWell/Good Ventures, END Fund, and EPIC) in accordance with the scale of their respective contributions to the program. The $667k reflected in cells F14 and F26 represents the quarterly grant balance adjustments that Evidence Action processes to allocate the END Fund and EPIC's share of program cost to their respective 'program restricted grant' codes.
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Pakistan Other/Adjustments: The bulk of Evidence Action's work in Pakistan is supported through a grant Evidence Action has provided to our Pakistan based implementing partner, Interactive Research & Development (IRD). The $634k reflected in cell H26 above reflects transfers to IRD associated with this grant. The nature of our financial relationship with IRD only allows for us to differentiate between the cost of individual activities within the quarterly financial reports we receive from IRD and not within our own accounting system (accounting system reflect lump sum transfers); the records which formulate the basis of this report. For this reason, we have reported IRD related costs as 'Other/Adjustments' even though the activities supported by these funds relate to the program's typical activity structure (Awareness, Policy, M&E, etc.). Evidence Action's cost-per-child analyses for Pakistan will use IRD's reported costs and as a result provide a breakdown of Pakistan costs by activity.
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