Travel Grant Reporting
Until 2017, one of the conditions was that the field study trip had to take place in a developing country, which is in countries with a GNI value less than USD 3,300 per capita, being the threshold for being a developing country, as set by the World Bank. Link to: List of countries’ GNI values for 2015, as stated in the Conditions, page 3.
2017 Reporting Requirements and Guidelines:
Latest two weeks after your return to Denmark after the field study trip, recipients of travel grants must submit a complete reporting and accounts concerning the field study by letter to Danida Fellowship Centre.
In case you have returned to Denmark from your field study trip already before your application has been assessed and you have received a Letter of Grant by e-mail from Danida Fellowship Centre, your reporting will to be handed over to Danida Fellowship Centre within two weeks from the date of the Letter of Grant.
Please adhere to the conditions of reporting and make notice of eligible costs, stated in the Application and Reporting Guidelines for Travel Grants.
Forms to be used for the reporting:
Report Form for Travel Grants
Financial accounting form. All the expenses covered must be “eligible costs” and documented for by original vouchers stating the amount of the expense – very important for accounting reasons according to the Danish Bookkeeping Act.
Field study report (please make a Word document of max. two pages in English language).
Please notify Danida Fellowship Centre by e-mail to email@example.com when you have posted the report letter. You are also most welcome to hand in the report letter to Danida Fellowship Centre’s reception desk.
Abstracts of thesis: After the Master thesis has been handed in, an abstract have to be submitted by e-mail to Danida Fellowship Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org. This abstract will be published at the Danida Research Portal and thereby giving the students an opportunity to communicate the findings broadly.