Leading the British government’s fight against world poverty



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Leading the British government’s fight against world poverty










Abercrombie House, Eaglesham Road, East Kilbride, Glasgow, G75 8EA



Date


14 January 2009

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01355 84 3801

01355 84 3796

c-ferry@dfid.gov.uk


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Development Initiatives for Poverty Research Ltd


Keward Court

Keward Business Park

Jocelyn Drive

Wells


Somerset

BA5 1DB




Accountable Grant Arrangement

Dear Carolyn Culey /Janet Reilly


Communications work on the International Aid Transparency Initiative and Technical & Administrative Support for the Technical Advisory Group
I am pleased to inform you that the Department for International Development (DFID) is prepared to make a grant not exceeding, £246,900, (two hundred and forty six thousand and nine hundred Pounds Sterling) to Development Initiatives Poverty Research (DIPR).


  • £75,000 within financial year 2009/10, (with a further £70,910 being paid separately from the Crown Agents Bank where a dedicated account has been set up to manage donor contributions)

  • £171,900 within financial year 2010/11, (with a further £112,280 being paid separately from the Crown Agents Bank where a dedicated account has been set up to manage donor contributions)

The grant will start on 01 November 2009 and end on 31 March 2011


2. The provision of the grant is subject to the following:


  1. that Development Initiatives Poverty Research is registered as a not for profit organisation (documentary evidence needed when not previously provided or otherwise known)




  1. that Development Initiatives Poverty Research will allow access for the DFID or its representatives to project sites and to relevant records for the purposes of monitoring, evaluation and audit.




  1. that funds will not be used to meet the cost of import or customs duties (or any similar fees) imposed by the Government of UK on goods and services provided.




  1. that the structure and objectives of the project as set out in the Project document at Annex 3 will not be changed or altered in any way without the prior written approval of THE DFID. Any requests for such changes must be directed in the first instance to Romilly Greenhill.




  1. that progress reports will be provided to the DFID as detailed in the Project document.




  1. that the DFID will not be responsible for the activities of any person or third party engaged by Development Initiatives Poverty Research as a result of this letter, nor will the DFID be liable for any costs incurred by Development Initiatives Poverty Research in terminating the engagement of any such person.




  1. that continuation of the project in subsequent financial years will be dependent upon satisfactory progress being achieved in the first year.




  1. that if any changes occur which, in the opinion of the DFID, impair significantly the developmental value of the project; the DFID and Development Initiatives Poverty Research will normally consult on measures to resolve the problem and possible courses of action. In any event, DFID can at its sole discretion modify or terminate the grant in any circumstances, by giving 3 months notice in writing. All remaining funds other than those irrevocably committed in good faith before the date of termination and those agreed between DFID and Development Initiatives Poverty Research as being required to finalise activities, will be returned to the DFID bank account as stated in Annex 2.






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