Apply For Grant Application and Project Implementation Guidance

Apply For Grant Application and Project Implementation Guidance


The Internet Society Foundation (the Foundation) is committed to supporting all organizations interested in applying for funding with resources to strengthen grant applications. We have put together this guidance to help you think about not only the details of your project but also the impact of your project. You will see there is an emphasis on monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) in these trainings as well as a wide array of other topics.

While it’s likely that you – as an Internet Society Foundation Grant Applicant – have heard the words monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) before, this guidance works to provide all applicants with a standard level of information about what MEL vocabulary and techniques mean in principle and practice, according to the Foundation.

The following monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) modules are intended to support your grant application by providing guidance and best practices to strengthen your proposal and prepare you for setting indicators, tracking progress, gathering feedback, capturing successes, and reporting on your outcomes in projects funded by the Foundation.


Following this guidance does not, by any means, guarantee that you will be awarded funding. The intent of the modules is to provide resources in order to ensure that all applicants have a baseline set of resources to utilize good MEL practices to improve the chances of lasting impact in all of your areas of work, so we hope this guidance can be useful for you beyond your current grant application.


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