The grant beneficiary will submit, in electronic and paper form, a mid-term technical and financial report(s):
- for the first six-month period of the project implementation, for projects with a duration of maximum 12 months;
- for the first nine-month period of the project implementation, for projects with a duration of maximum 18 months.
The technical reports will include, e.g. description of the main activities, target groups reached, results achieved and broader impacts, also in terms of sustainability of the action, current and potential networking partners, attendance to capacity building and other training activities, and samples of communication and dissemination of the project as well as contacts with the EU delegations in the region. The financial reports will include the expenditure verification by an authorised auditor and an updated budget.
The grant beneficiary will submit, in electronic and paper form, a final report, including:
- A technical report, indicating:
- Impact of the project on target audiences,
- Main activities,
- Main results,
- Communication and dissemination activities at local, national and regional level, including contacts with the EU delegations,
- Main conclusions,
- Sustainability of the action.
- A financial report, including an expenditure verification by an authorised auditor (all original invoices shall be submitted and revised by the auditors).
- Annexes: documents that can support the technical report, such as publications, communication materials, videos, interviews, photos, lists of participants, etc.
The grant beneficiary will be required to upload any communication and dissemination material (press releases, banners, posters, flyers, invitations, photos, videos etc…) on the Culture at Work Africa platform, throughout the implementation of the project.
 Specific instructions will be delivered to the grant beneficiaries.