During and upon the completion of the project, awardees are required to submit the following:
These reports should include progress of the project, description of the activities undertaken, changes in the context and challenges faced during the implementation phase, and if any, adjustments made to the project. The number and essence of these interim project reports depend on the nature and duration of the project and should be planned in the monitoring and evaluation section of the proposal.
No later than 30 days after the completion of the project, awardees should submit a summary and a full project report. These reports will summarize the implementation of the project; project activities, their outcomes, results, and impacts; program highlights, success stories, achievements, major activities; funds obligated and disbursed; summary of grant implementation; and if relevant, how the potential risks and ethical concerns were mitigated and how problems encountered were rectified.
No later than 30 days after the completion of the project, awardees will submit posters of their projects to be exhibited. These posters should include pictures, description of the project, activities completed, outcomes, impacts, and success stories.
Depending on the nature of the project, these may include publications, documentaries, etc…
While the evaluation process has been rather taxing on me, I must say that I have gained a good amount of knowledge in regards to the current 'market place' of ideas held in high esteem by the professional practitioners of peace. I think it has been an invaluable experience for me.