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      Below, the users of the Danish Emergency Relief Fund (DERF) can find all relevant formats and guidance documents related to the DERF fund.

       

      Before you make use of the formats and documents presented below, we kindly ask you to read the DERF Funding Guidelines.

       

      Format for alert note

       

      To raise an alert complete the alert note and submit it by mail to derf@cisu.dk

      Acting in anticipation of humanitarian crises is new for many Danish organisations. It can be difficult to decide when to alert the DERF. Please consult the Funding Guidelines for more information or contact the DERF management team by mail to derf@cisu.dk.

       

      An alert can trigger the opening of the fund in relation to a given humanitarian crisis. For information on existing call for applications see the DERF Overview.

       

       

      Before applying for DERF funding, read the DERF Funding Guidelines. Always seek information about the newest available version at this webpage.

       

      Before applying for DERF funding, make youself acquainted with the DERF Grant Management Guide.

       

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifCover page to be signed and uploaded with the organisational capacity assessment application text

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifApplication format  - to be uploaded via the CISU organisational pages.how-to-guide is available here (in Danish).

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifCover page - to be signed and uploaded with the application text

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifApplication format Early Action - to be uploaded via the CISU organisational pages. A how-to-guide is available here (in Danish).

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifApplication format Rapid Response - to be uploaded via the CISU organisational pages. A how-to-guide is available here (in Danish).

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifBudget format - to be used with application forms for all DERF Intervention Applications

      When you apply for DERF funding, your are oblidged to comly with CISUs financial standards.

       

      CISUs finansial standards are devided in three levels according to the approved budget of the intervention. 

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifUp to 200.000 DKK.

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifAbove 200.000 DKK.

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifAbove 1 mio. DKK.

       

       

       

      All DERF grant holders shall comply with the requirements stated in the Administrative and Financial Guide for Grant Management.

      Please always seek the newest version of the guide. 

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifFormat for disbursement request

       

      The signed disbursement request must be submitted by mail to derf@cisu.dk with the referencenumer in the email subject.

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifFinancial Monitoring Checklist - CISU recommends DERF grant holders to use the checklist during monitoring visits.

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifFormat for reporting of irregularities

       

      The reportting of irregularities must be submitted by mail to derf@cisu.dk with the referencenumer in the email subject.

       

      It is mandatory upon the governing body of the Danish organisation to immediately notify CISU:

      • If significant difficulties arise in the implementation of the intervention, including problems regarding compliance with the budget approved.
      • If significant problems arise in the organisation’s relationship with the recipient country’s authorities, partner or expatriate staff.
      • If there is well-founded suspicion or detection of theft, fraud, corruption, misuse or similar irregularities.

      You are very welcome to contact CISU if a project or an intervention runs into problems, enabling CISU to guide you in how to report the problems and how to pursue a solution.

       

       

       

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifFormat for final report

       

      The final report must be submitted within one month of the end date of the intervention.

      The signed final report must be submitted by mail to derf@cisu.dk

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifFormat for final audited accounts 

      Please note that the format includes several pages, which together form the complete format for the audited accounts to be submitted for the DERF intervention.

      N.B. The current audit instructions can be downloaded here. As soon as Danida (The DMFA) has issued an updated English version of the instructions, the CISU instructions will be updated as well.

      Deadline for submission of final accounts is within three months of the end date of the intervention. The final accounts is submitted by mail to derf@cisu.dk

       

      /files/System/PRNGO/PRNGO_09_linkbullit.gifFormat for transfer document

       

      If the price of an individual grant-financed investment to be transferred exceeds the tax authorities’ definition of a minor acquisition (2017 rate: DKK 13.200), a signed transfer document must be attached to the final accounts and submitted for CISU approval.

       

       

      Address: CISU, Klosterport 4x, 8000 Århus C, Denmark
      Tel: 045 8612 0342, weekdays 10.00-15.00, cisu@cisu.dk

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