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ACTIVITIES MUST BE SUSTAINABLE AND


MEASURABLE. FOR EXAMPLE:


 How will a project benefit the selected community in the future, after the grant has been spent?


 How will a scholar's studies support one or more of the areas of focus?


 How will a vocational training team project support capacity building, either for the team or the benefiting community?


 Activities should stem from real community needs. Community needs assessment tools are available to help identify community needs.


 Global grants must be sponsored by two Rotary clubs or districts: a host partner in the country where the activity takes place and an international partner outside the country.


 Both partners must be actively involved in the planning and implementing of all global grants. This includes maintaining communication and developing plans for the shared responsibilities in all of the grant's stages.


FUNDING The minimum award


amount from the World Fund for a global grant, regardless of activity type, is US$15,000, which results in a minimum total financing of $30,000. The World Fund award is based on a 100 percent match of DDF ($1.00:$1.00) or a 50 percent match of cash contributions ($0.50:$1.00).


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BOTH PARTNERS MUST BE ACTIVELY


INVOLVED IN THE PLANNING AND


IMPLEMENTING OF ALL GLOBAL GRANTS.


THIS INCLUDES MAINTAINING


COMMUNICATION AND DEVELOPING PLANS FOR THE SHARED


RESPONSIBILITIES IN ALL OF THE


GRANT'S STAGES.


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