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Internet Society Foundation: Grant Application and Project Implementation Guidance

What is the Grant Application and Project Implementation Guidance course?

This course is designed for those interested in applying for grants through the Internet Society Foundation.

You will learn how to design an impactful grant application that incorporates Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) principles, and will gain insight into how a grant project can positively change lives through an open, globally connected, secure and trustworthy Internet for all.

What are the course objectives?

  • Learn how to design a grant application that considers the changes envisioned and measures progress over time.
  • Consider the details and impact of a Grant Project Proposal.
  • Understand the importance of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning when designing your Grant Project.
  • Learn about best practices to strengthen a Grant Project proposal.

Self-paced tutorial

Duration:
16 hours

Available in
English, French and Spanish

Offered online all year

Who should attend this course?

This course does not have prerequisites.

You should attend this course if:

  • You would like to design a Grant Project.
  • You would like to learn how to implement a Grant Project (Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and reporting processes).
  • You would like to design measurement and costs of a Grant Project, that is, develop Key Performance Indicators and budgets.

This course is available on the Moodle platform. To access it, you must sign up to Moodle first. If you already have an account, proceed to the course registration page.

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