Grantees generally submit both interim and final reports.
- The interim must be submitted by the date specified in the grant letter, usually six months after the receipt of the grant; and
- The final must be submitted at the end of the grant period.
These reports are an integral part of our monitoring and evaluation process; release of any future payment or review of any future grant request is contingent upon our receipt and satisfactory review of the information.
Reports should contain a fiscal accounting of grant expenditures and a narrative describing the following:
- Objectives of the project supported by the grant;
- Activities carried out to meet each objective;
- Results accomplished;
- Any problems encountered and how they were resolved; and
- A detailed discussion of activities carried out to secure funding to continue this project once our grant expires.
The grant is subject to financial audit during or immediately following the grant period. A separate accounting of this grant must be maintained.
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