What will be the role and responsibilities of the implementing partners at each stage of the project (and after)? Do they have the capacity to achieve these? If necessary, include capacity building/training of partners into the preliminary stages of project activity. In this case, control remained in the grantee’s office in Bangkok and was not delegated to the regions. As a result, quality control could not be guaranteed without additional personnel being allocated to the project, with resulting additional costs. This structural weakness created a corresponding imbalance between money spent at central level versus the grassroots level.