What kind of reporting is expected from grant recipients?

Grant recipients are required to provide two technical and two financial reports using an online reporting system. The ISIF Asia Secretariat will provide assistance about how to use the reporting system. Additional reports might be requested by the ISIF Asia Secretariat at anytime during the project cycle. The technical reports must be descriptive and detailed, providing information that can be used for promotion and follow-up. Reports must document the activities conducted and include documentation efforts conducted as part of the project. It is advisable to include pictures, diagrams, audio and/or video to document the activities. These additional materials will be used to development ISIF Asia promotional materials, and as such ISIF Asia reserves the right to reuse them either totally or partially. Therefore, to credit the authors full details must be provided. Grant recipients will be showcased in the ISIF Asia website and final technical reports are published, including profiles of team members according to the licenses and copyright policy of ISIF Asia. The first set of reports (technical and financial) must be submitted halfway through the project cycle and the final reports must be submitted no longer than 30 days after the project activities have finished. Reports are subject to approval by the ISIF Asia secretariat. No funds will be released until reports are approved. Approval might take two to four weeks and therefore it is recommended that project activities are budgeted accordingly so there are no delays in implementation.