A quality adult literacy and basic education program has adequate ongoing
funding to run the program.
Program planning and evaluation
budget reflects real costs, including in-kind support, where appropriate.
The program receives information about its funding in sufficient time to plan
for it and spend it appropriately.
Multi-year funding is available, where appropriate.
The program has a diversified funding base, where appropriate.
Funding is easy to access, flexible and fair.
Funders consult people involved in the program when setting program and funding
promote the availability of funding.
direct programs to funding sources.