All grant recipients must report to the Foundation’s Board of Directors without the need for a special request to do so.
For projects lasting longer than one year, an annual report must be submitted with both a financial report and an activities report. This report must be compiled by the project manager.
For projects lasting five years or more, a mid-term evaluation of activities must also be completed, after which a decision will be made to determine whether funds should be provided for the remaining period of the project.
A final report must be made to provide a comprehensive financial account and a summary of the entire operation. For research projects, all publications produced within the framework of the project must be presented.
When a report is submitted, the Foundation will expect answers to the following questions:
- Has the project been implemented according to plan? Please comment on any deviations.
- Have any significant results emerged?
- How has information about any results been disseminated?
- How have awarded funds been used?