Updated Apr 16, 2019CLOSED
Offered by U.S. Agency for International Development
|Stage||Stage 5: Scaling and Stage 6: Sustained Scale|
|Focus Areas||Aquaculture (Agriculture)|
|Financial Statements||Applicant that does not have an approved Negotiated Indirect Cost Rate Agreement must provide additional supporting information, including financial statements and audits, (for the past 3 years), should the application still be under consideration after the merit review.|
|Evidence/Proof of Concept||It is recommended that integrated Lake Malawi management planning should be informed by scientific evidence.|
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Financial Reporting - The Recipient must submit quarterly financial reports to USAID within 30 calendar days following the end of each quarter using the Office of Management and Budget SF-425. Financial reports are due January 31, April 30, July 31, and October 31. The SF 425 (and SF 425a if necessary) must be submitted via electronic format to the Agreement Officer’s Representative (AOR) and the Agreement Officer (AO). The Federal Financial Report (FFR/SF-425) is available in PDF or Excel format at the OMB website: http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/grants_forms/
Performance Reporting- The Recipient will adhere to all reporting requirements listed below. All reports as required under Substantial Involvement shall be submitted by the due date for approval of the USAID AOR (Agreement Officer Representative) designated by the Agreement Officer. The AOR can request Ad Hoc reports throughout the life of the activity and as needed but will endeavor to limit these requests when regular reporting can provide the same information. The Recipient will consult with the AOR on the format and expected content of reports prior to submission
Annual Reports - The Quarter Four Report will serve as the Annual Report for the concluding year, and shall be submitted within 30 days following the close of the fourth quarter (within 30 days of the end of the USG fiscal Year or by November 1). In addition to meeting the above requirements for Quarterly Reports, the Annual Report shall include a discussion, supported with quantitative and qualitative evidence, of progress against indicators and/or impacts achieved to‐date as detailed in the corresponding year’s Activity MEL Plan. This Report will be instrumental in helping the Mission to complete Annual Reports to USAID/Washington on overall project impacts.
Final Report: Upon completion of the USAID REFRESH Lake Malawi Activity, the Recipient must submit a final performance report. The final performance report, to include the final version of all published reports and products produced under the award is due 90 calendar days after the expiration or termination of the contract in accordance with 22 CFR 226.51.