JTD II Grants Training. Training Objectives. How to manage grants under contracts you will be able to: Explain the relevance of grants programs Define the different types of grants Identify the critical considerations. What is a grant?.
How to manage grants under contracts
you will be able to:
Financial assistance providing support or stimulation to accomplish a project purpose, consistent with grantee’s mandate
1. Conflicts of interest
2. Grant life cycle
3. Chemonics’ liability
4. Fee on grants
5. Regulatory Framework
6. USAID involvement
Sector Development Grants
Mini & Small Grants:
Allowable costs include, but are not limited to, the cost of seminars, workshops, conferences and other events, technical assistance services, training courses, including trainers, course materials, site costs, procurement of one single item of equipment up to $5000,.etc. Such costs do not include international airfares or indirect costs.
Program Development and Organizational Development Grants:
Allowable costs include, but are not limited to, the cost of personnel, technical assistance, travel and transportation, equipment, training, office supplies, rent and utilities, telephone, fax, internet connection, postage, educational materials, bank charges, insurance, and maintenance related to premises and equipment.
Fixed Obligation Grants:
No specific costs are assigned to FOG grants. FOG grants are awarded to achieve specific benchmarks.
Program Generated Income (PGI)
Grantee’s own cash investment
Free venue for functions
Other sources of funding
Budgeting for a Grant Application:
Monthly Reports to include:
The USAID logo is required on the following