Frequently Asked Questions - Post approval

Once a grant is approved, we send a grant agreement and a covering letter detailing the terms of the grant and what is required for payment to be made. Payments are remitted into the organisation’s bank account through an electronic funds transfer. Please make sure that the bank account details you provide in your application are those of your organisation’s main operating account.
OSISA requires that you implement grant activities in accordance with the approved budget, as stipulated in the grant agreement and within a given time frame. It is therefore important to read and understand the terms of the grant agreement thoroughly.

OSISA grantees are expected to indicate the impact of their work through:

  • Measurement and evaluation
  • Communication and dissemination of results
  • Sharing of best practices

This includes submission of progress and financial reports, and participation in activities to disseminate work sponsored by OSISA. Specific reporting deadlines and additional responsibilities will be included in the contract letter that accompanies all grant awards.


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