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Presentation to the Select Committee on Finance and Appropriations 1 st quarter spending on Conditional Grants 18 September 2009. Summary of Conditional Grants. HPTD and HRG spending low at the end of Q1, but have since picked up by the end of August 2009;

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Presentation to the Select Committee on Finance and Appropriations1st quarter spending on Conditional Grants18 September 2009
2009 10 conditional grant transfers 1 st quarter expenditure
HPTD and HRG spending low at the end of Q1, but have since picked up by the end of August 2009;

FPS Grant over-hitting the target due to infrastructure funds redirected by NDoH

2009/10 Conditional Grant Transfers &1stquarter Expenditure
comprehensive hiv and aids grant shortfall
Comprehensive HIV and AIDS Grant Shortfall
  • Indicators point to need for upscaling of ART in KZN, at estimated costs of R580m
summary expenditure trends q1 1
Summary Expenditure Trends Q1(1)
  • Department spent R661 million of allocated Conditional Grant budget of R3.03 billion budget, or 21% of budget;
  • Spending on Hospital Revitalisation and Health Professionals Training and Development Grants recorded low expenditure of 10.3% and 8.6%;
  • Low expenditure on Revitalisation grant due to technical problems with tenders at both Hlabisa and Lower Mfolozi hospitals. This has been resolved;
  • HPTD in line with projections for 1st quarter, in line with historic slow spending trend;
summary expenditure trends 2
Summary Expenditure Trends (2)
  • Spending on HIV and AIDS at 20.9% also slightly below target due to a slow start at the beginning of the year;
  • Department’s conditional grant expenditure is on target for Q1 in respect of Infrastructure Grant to Provinces, Forensic Pathology and National Tertiary Services Grants;
  • Department projects to fully spend grants by year-end