Communications and reporting back

All grant holders are required to communicate publicly about the success of their project. This is known as ‘reporting back’. It provides an opportunity for grant holders to share stories and milestones from their project to the public, which in turn increases transparency in how the UK aid budget is spent. Grant holders are expected to report back a minimum of three times throughout the project’s life cycle: three months after the appeal, at the midpoint of the project and at the end of the project.


Overview of the report back process


Report back engagement statistics template