Progress reports

Every project has to provide a basic progress report every six months. This includes a summary of activity and facts and figures showing the progress on all of the work packages. This report is designed to provide a brief summary. The timing of the reports will vary depending on when your project was approved. The Lead Beneficiary of every project will be informed when it is time to report.

For every other report (i.e. once a year) and at the end of the project, you will also have to answer some additional questions providing more detailed information on important aspects of the project. This is called a full progress report or final report.