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It should be identified when the project is first designed and the indicators which are going to be used should be agreed among all project partners, in advance (participatory Approach). The information system for collecting, analyzing and reporting information about activities, outputs and outcomes are the core of the monitoring system. Project monitoring should be also relevant for: – Financial issues such as how much has been spent so far on project implementation, and how does expenditure
compare with the foreseen monitoring should be easily available from the project accounting system. – Providing a factual representation of what is happening in the project.” These were just a part of the topics that CBIB + team, successfully managed to clarify to the participants on this very useful training which all grant beneficiaries said that will use them extensively for monitoring purposes, but also for preparing clear, attractive, result-oriented reports with graphical presentation of project achievements.

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