Reporting Requirements

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CBPFs require implementing partners to submit project reports so as to ensure that activities carried out are on track to reach proposed project objectives.

Two types of report are required : narrative and financial reporting. The exact requirements may vary depending on the project caracteristics, including duration, budget, and Risk Level, according to the Fund's Operational Modalities.

Narrative Reporting describes the overall performance of the project and provides details on the achievements of the project's objectives and milestones. It measures results of the approved logical frameworks elements, and reports on the number of reached persons, the locations, and other information such as risk management and coordination.

Financial Reporting reflects expenditure incurred for project activities.

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Narrative Reporting

Financial Reporting