Once organisations have successfully gone through the due diligence process, the next stage is grant set-up where design documents are collaboratively reviewed, updated and strengthened to ensure the project is set up to deliver effectively and align with DFID’s approaches.
Organisations will work closely with a Performance and Risk Manager (PRM), our technical advisors and the fiduciary risk team, to ensure their project design is robust and has appropriate monitoring and evaluation measures in place to deliver and evidence results and impact.
This guide explains what a logframe is, their purpose and how to develop one.
This guide explains what a theory of change is, its purpose and how to develop one.
This document provides guidance on calculating and reporting non-project attributable costs (NPAC), that can be included within budgeted costs and funding claims.
A short webinar on non-project attributable costs (NPAC) covering the requirements of NPAC and how to calculate it.