4.2 What is the standard content of the narrative report?

The narrative report contains information about the execution of the project activities, reference about any deviations from the plan and the identified solutions as well as the planned activities and inputs for the next reporting period:

  • The general progress of the project
  • A review against the project indicators
  • Detailed report on activities and outputs implemented in the reporting period
  • Information on projects’ strengths, accomplishments and challenges that could become a danger to successful implementation.

The standard structure of the narrative section of the reports is the following:

- Description:

Identification data about the beneficiary and the contract

- Assessment of the implementation of Action activities:

Executive summary of the action

Assessment of activities and results for the reported period

Revised implementation plan for the next reporting period (if applicable)

- Partners and other Co-operation: Assessment of the relationship with the partners, state authorities, associates, sub-contractors, etc for the reported period

Visibility: Info about the visibility actions for the reported period

A template for narrative reports are attached to the EU grant contract as annexes:

Annex VI – Narrative report PLEASE CHECK IN THE NUMBERING IN CONTRACTS

Annex VI-2 – Final narrative report PLEASE CHECK IN THE NUMBERING IN CONTRACTS

   

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