When it comes time to write your Project Progress report, adhering to a regular and formalized process helps you save time and avoid common data mistakes. A Project Progress report is a part of an effective project communications and management strategy and it’s used as a main communication tool towards the programme. That’s why we have created this document Guide on filling in Project Progress report to help you save your time and clearly describe the progress of your projects achieved in the reporting period.
*This document has been developed to serve as a guide and it will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia has included project Fortress ReInvented, financed by the Programme within the 1st CfP, as an example of good practice of European Heritage