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Funding and Reporting

If your project is suitable, we may be able to provide up to $3000 US Dollars to support the project activities. Once we have agreed to support your project we will require bank details for the organization that you are working with and this is where the money will be transfered. After receiving the bank details we will create a contract with your organization that itemizes exactly what activities you have agreed to do as part of your project. Activities must include the following:

  • Budget and work plan that sets out the schedule for your project planning and activities
  • 60 minutes of un-edited video footage of your activities
  • Digital pictures of your project activities
  • Evaluation of your project activities
  • A final report in electronic form and hardcopy format that explains the details of your project: how many people participated, what were the successes, the challenges, did you meet your objectives, will these activities happen again in the future etc... There is no specific format for this report.
  • A signed financial statement that shows how you spent the funds that you received from UNESCO. It is important to note that this statement can be signed by whomever handled the money for the project and that the final amount must equal to the total amount stated in the contract with UNESCO

Click here to see an example of a contract.

Click here to see an example of a final report with a financial statement.


1. Getting started
2. Project proposal format
3. Funding and reporting
4. Checklist






This page last updated: 2 October 2006