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Unit Costing Toolkit

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Developed by ADHC in partnership with NGOs during 2015/16 this toolkit helps organisations know how to calculate the cost of services per unit (e.g. per hour), and price them accordingly. This process is critical to ensuring the sustainability of your organisation in the new world of individualised funding. Resources include a webcast, introductory guide, unit costing tool (excel based worked example with step by step instructions), considerations resource, case studies and top tips.

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