Grants:Programs/Wikimedia Alliances Fund/Historical Crowd-Source Spatial Data for Sustainable Development and Inclusive Mapping/Final Report
Report Status: Under review
Due date: 2023-07-31T00:00:00Z
Funding program: Wikimedia Alliances Fund
Report type: Final
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General information edit
This form is for organizations, groups, or individuals receiving Wikimedia Community Funds or Wikimedia Alliances Funds to report on their final results. See the midpoint report if you want to review the midpoint results.
- Name of Organization: Perkumpulan OpenStreetMap Indonesia
- Title of Proposal: Historical Crowd-Source Spatial Data for Sustainable Development and Inclusive Mapping
- Amount awarded: 50260 USD, 717999801.2 IDR
- Amount spent: 740489370 IDR
Part 1 Understanding your work edit
1. Briefly describe how your proposed activities and strategies were implemented.
- In the first half of our program, we added more GLAM data to OpenStreetMap and Wikidata. For the program's second half, we focused on utilizing GLAM data from OpenStreetMap and Wikidata that we collected with local youth communities and community members. We conceptualized GALACTICO (GLAM Data Visualization Competition) to use GLAM data (Gallery, Library, Archive, and Museum) sourced from OpenStreetMap and Wikidata by creating data visualization. This activity aims to raise awareness of GLAM institutions in Indonesia as a means of digital education and literacy, encourage retention of community members to sustain the organizer and update the OSM and Wikidata, assist the government in increasing public interest in GLAM, and provide a platform for channeling ideas by utilizing the free and open platforms, OpenStreetMap and Wikidata. We conducted the socialization for GALACTICO with in-person and online webinar activities.
Through in-person activities, we selected Bandung City as a strategic location to involve and engage youth and local communities with GLAM objects and many libraries built. It is home to a diverse range of impressive youth communities and universities, making it easier for us to approach communities concerned and interested in GLAM. With their critical, creative, and innovative thinking, we firmly believe they have tremendous potential as development resources. We successfully conducted the training and competition that escalated the contribution of OSM and Wikidata. At the end of the program, we created the Web GIS of GLAM visualization data and highlighted the accessibility for disabled people in the GLAM objects. The Web GIS was created for the government and community members to understand the GLAM objects in the region better and raise awareness of visiting the GLAM. We also made video documentation for community members about our project and case studies that can encourage the retention of contributors in OSM and Wikidata.
2. Were there any strategies or approaches that you felt were effective in achieving your goals?
- 1. Maintaining a work plan and timeline was essential to manage the project implementation with the internal team and partners
- 2. Capacity building and training with the local communities on-site for updating the data and has great contributors. The in-person event was quite successful in connecting us with various youth communities. The in-person event had a better attendance rate and interest than the online event. The in-person event also conducted a field survey to collect the GLAM data that the local communities modified and added the GLAM objects to OSM and Wikidata with their ability.
- 3. Collaboration between POI and Wikimedia Indonesia is crucial in achieving our goals that WMID is involved in each activity. Within the contribution, we conducted GLAM Training and Edit-a-thon and gained valuable insights for increasing exposure in our organization and activities. Our partnership also allowed us to expand our socialization activities through the collaboration feature on social media that increased the number of participants. Additionally, Wikimedia Indonesia assessed and selected the competition winners.
- 4. For project sustainability, we made video documentation and articles for community members about our project and case studies that can encourage the retention of contributors in OSM and Wikidata.
3. Would you say that your project had any innovations? Are there things that you did very differently than you have seen them done by others?
- In the project, we encourage the community members to contribute to GLAM by integrating OSM and Wikidata. We divided it into three main activities, training and edit-a-thon, competition to utilize the data collected, and WebGIS GLAM data visualization to promote and share the information with community members. The GALAGTICO was a data visualization competition with innovation for using the OSM and Wikidata in infographics or short video competitions (Reels). The assessment criteria include the complexity of the idea, the utilization of OpenStreetMap data and Wikidata, and the visual appeal. The competition focuses on visualization and encourages the optimal utilization of open data, particularly GLAM data.
The GLAM Web GIS also visualize the information about GLAM objects by building disability-friendly communities that could support them in visiting historical places. The community members can observe the GLAM with the details information was combined Wiki Data and OSM data through the Web GIS. When they use and download the data, it will encourage them to update the data in other regions not covered in the map. The government that concerned with tourism and culture can use the website to promote their GLAM objects in the region that increased the awareness the people to visit the historical place.
4. Please describe how different communities participated and/or were informed about your work.
- We utilize multiple communication channels to reach a wider audience and share our work. Firstly, we create blog posts on our organization's website to provide more detailed information about storytelling our activities. These blog posts are accessible and can be easily shared on social media platforms, diff, wiki page, POI website, and OSM diary. In addition, we also create videos of our activities to provide visual content that is more engaging and can be easily shared on social media. We also use social media channels to promote our work and connect with our audience. We have active accounts on various social media platforms, such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where we share updates, photos, and videos of our events and activities. This helps us to stay connected with our community and reach a wider audience beyond our website and blog. Moreover, in the project, we collaborated with Wikimedia Indonesia and the OSM Indonesia community to emphasize open data knowledge using Wiki Data and OSM. At the results, we created the video documentation to share and inform our story and case studies in the project implementation that we had collaborated with the local community, organizations, government, and community members.
5. Documentation of your impact. Please use the two spaces below to share files and links that help tell your story and impact. This can be documentation that shows your results through testimonies, videos, sound files, images (photos and infographics, etc.) social media posts, dashboards, etc.
- Upload Documents and Files
- Here is an additional field to type in URLs.
- POI Website:
- 1. https://openstreetmap.or.id/2023/02/20/galactico/
- 2. https://openstreetmap.or.id/2023/05/16/empowering-youth-for-cultural-heritage-preservation-glam-training-editathon-in-bandung-indonesia/
- 3. https://openstreetmap.or.id/2023/05/22/promoting-indonesias-historical-places-through-digital-mapping-with-glam/
Wikimedia Diff Platform:
- 1. https://diff.wikimedia.org/2023/05/26/promoting-indonesias-historical-sites-through-digital-mapping-with-glam/?preview_id=93307
- 2. https://diff.wikimedia.org/2023/06/01/empowering-youth-for-cultural-heritage-preservation-glam-training-edit-a-thon-in-bandung-indonesia/
Wiki OSM Platform:
- 1. https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Promoting_Historical_Sites_in_Indonesia_Through_Digital_Mapping_with_GLAM
- 2. https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Empowering_Youth_for_Cultural_Heritage_Preservation:_GLAM_Training_%26_Edit-a-thon_in_Bandung,_Indonesia
6. To what extent do you agree with the following statements regarding the work carried out with the support of this Fund? You can choose “not applicable” if your work does not relate to these goals.
|A. Bring in participants from underrepresented groups||Agree|
|B. Create a more inclusive and connected culture in our community||Agree|
|C. Develop content about underrepresented topics/groups|
|D. Develop content from underrepresented perspectives||Agree|
|E. Encourage the retention of editors|
|F. Encourage the retention of organizers||Agree|
|G. Increased participants' feelings of belonging and connection to the movement.||Strongly agree|
7. Is there anything else you would like to share about how your efforts helped to bring in participants and/or build out content, particularly for underrepresented groups?
- Aside from bringing a unique theme, GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums) institutions, we also add accessibility information for people with disabilities in historical places. By providing this information, we hope to increase awareness among the local disability communities of which historical places they can visit and have access to. We believe this effort can also help GLAM institutions become more aware of the importance of accessibility and provide more inclusive facilities for all visitors. In addition to visualizing data, this aspect of our program also aims to promote equal access to information and knowledge for everyone.
Part 2: Your main learning edit
8. In your application, you outlined your learning priorities. What did you learn about these areas during this period?
- Competition is not only good for raising contributions but also for promoting the use of open data while raising awareness of GLAM institutions. The competition was an effective mechanism to encourage participation from various individuals and communities to contribute their ideas and creativity toward using open data, particularly OpenStreetMap and Wikidata. By doing so, it helps promote the importance of open data and the benefits of using it in various fields, including GLAM. Through the competition, participants can also learn more about the available data and resources from OpenStreetMap and Wikidata, which may not have been accessible to them previously. They can explore and experiment with the data as they work on their projects, leading to discoveries and innovations. The competition also serves as a means of raising awareness of the existence and importance of GLAM institutions. Highlighting these institutions helps promote cultural and historical preservation and fosters a sense of appreciation and respect for the arts and culture.
In other aspects, we have learned built the Web GIS for GLAM institutions has to manage the data from OSM and Wikidata; those data have a query and system. We collaborated with Wikimedia Indonesia Wikidata staff to establish the web mapping. The platform's impact is that community members can observe the GLAM institution in their area and the facility they can find in the objects.
9. Did anything unexpected or surprising happen when implementing your activities?
- We did not expect to have the budget for the in-person training as it was not allocated the first time we proposed the budget. We took the opportunity to conduct in-person GLAM training, edit-a-thon, and GALACTICO socialization sessions. These sessions were very successful and exceeded our expectations. By providing in-person training and socialization sessions, we established a more personal connection with participants, which helped increase their engagement and motivation. This also allowed us a more effective and efficient knowledge transfer process, as we could address questions and concerns in real time. Additionally, the participants could add detailed information about GLAM objects as they had local knowledge and could conduct a field survey. Overall, we were able to maximize the available resources and achieve our goals through creative problem-solving and flexibility.
In addition, the partnership with Wikimedia Indonesia also opened up new opportunities as we could participate in WikiNusantara, where we met potential new partners. During WikiNusantara, we had the opportunity to engage with several universities that displayed great promise as future collaboration partners. By fostering meaningful collaborations, we can collectively make significant strides toward our shared vision of progress and positively impact society.
10. How do you hope to use this learning? For instance, do you have any new priorities, ideas for activities, or goals for the future?
- We hope to design and implement similar in-person training and competitions to encourage participation from various communities and promote the utilization of open data. Competition is a way that can be useful in multiple fields and can contribute to fostering the particular focus we work on. We hope to collaborate with partners who share the same mission to achieve common goals, promote open knowledge, and use open data. By working together, organizations can leverage each other's strengths and resources, allowing for more efficient and effective use of limited resources. Partnerships can also help build more robust networks and communities, allowing for greater outreach and engagement with various stakeholders. Through the program, we have met with the local community that concerns with historical, and they want to replicate the training to enrich the data and information about GLAM in their region. They have discovered our activity in social media and approached POI for training and collecting the GLAM data. If we have another grant opportunity to support the activity, we want to replicate and design the new program to collaborate with the local community in in-person training.
11. If you were sitting with a friend to tell them one thing about your work during this fund, what would it be (think of inspiring or fascinating moments, tough challenges, interesting anecdotes, or anything that feels important to you)?
- This project is unique because we bring a theme related to GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums). Both the participants and ourselves are relatively new to this topic. However, in reality, GLAM objects are present around us and significantly shape human civilization. Due to its unique theme, several local communities working in relevant areas related to historical themes have shown interest in collaborating as participants and webinar presenters. This theme truly broadens the horizons of young people and GLAM enthusiasts, emphasizing the importance of preserving GLAM institutions as readily accessible sources of open knowledge that exist around us. They serve as a source of learning from the past, present, and future.
12. Please share resources that would be useful to share with other Wikimedia organizations so that they can learn from, adapt or build upon your work. For instance, guides, training material, presentations, work processes, or any other material the team has created to document and transfer knowledge about your work and can be useful for others. Please share any specific resources that you are creating, adapting/contextualizing in ways that are unique to your context (i.e. training material).
- Upload Documents and Files
- Here is an additional field to type in URLs.
- Training Material https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Db83AacbvbqOqXX0Sm7E75BpPbnGtJeh?usp=sharing
Video Documentation for Impact Project of Historical Crowd-Source Spatial Data for Sustainable Development and Inclusive Mapping https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF7KaWI24SU
Part 3: Metrics edit
13a. Open and additional metrics data
|Number of editors that continue to participate/retained after activities||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Number of organizers that continue to participate/retained after activities||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Number of strategic partnerships that contribute to longer term growth, diversity and sustainability||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Feedback from participants on effective strategies for attracting and retaining contributors||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Diversity of participants brought in by grantees||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Number of people reached through social media publications||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Number of activities developed||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Number of volunteer hours||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
13b. Additional core metrics data.
|Number of participants||Improving historical infrastructure database: at least 50 participants
Innovative ideas and publication of historical data competition: at least 30 participants Crowd-sourced mapping information platform: at least 20 people from the local community and government will be visited and used the platform
|100||245||The lists of participants:
182 university students participated in 3 days of online training 32 teams or 64 people were participating in the competition 31 participants attended the in-person training in Bandung City
|Data is acquired from the Google form recapitulation that we captured during the event.|
|Number of editors||Improving historical infrastructure database: at least 20 new editors, if involving local Wiki volunteers: at least 10 new editors and 10 returning editors
Improving historical infrastructure OSM database: at least 20 new mappers Innovative ideas and publication of historical data competition: at least 20 editors
|60||73||61 editors from conducted three batches of online training
12 editors returning editors improving historical infrastructure in a competition event 13 editors from in-person activities in Bandung City
|Training Method: Online training, Competition, and In Person
Editors were tracked by sheet recapitulation with the help of OSMCha and WikiData Analytic tools. By monitoring their OSM Account and WikiData account, the total number of active editors during the online, competition, and in-person training can be recapitulated.
|Number of organizers||Improving historical infrastructure database: POI: 8 staff, Wikimedia Indonesia: 3 staff, 1 speaker from the local community, and 1 speaker local universities
Innovative ideas and publication of historical data competition: POI: 6 staff and Wikimedia Indonesia 2 staff Crowd-sourced mapping information platform: POI: 4 staff and Wikimedia Indonesia 2 staff
|15||17||All staff contributed during training, webinar, and competition. The role is varied, for example, as a trainer, speaker, and the competition winner assessor. We have successfully invited two speakers from the local community.||Meeting attended with the internal team, Wikimedia Indonesia staff and the local community|
|Wikidata||Improving historical infrastructure database: add Wikidata properties for at least 60% of historical infrastructures in the targeted area.
Innovative ideas and publication of historical data competition: add Wikidata properties to at least 5 historical infrastructures and use the OSM and Wikidata for innovative ideas
|50||1171||The target: 50
Improving historical infrastructure database: add Wikidata properties for at least 60% of historical infrastructures in the targeted area. Innovative ideas and publication of historical data competition: add Wikidata properties to at least five historical infrastructures and use the OSM and Wikidata for creative ideas
Internal training and mini competitions New data: 97 GLAM Modified data: 141 GLAM items were edited
Public competition New data: 276 GLAM Modified data: 420 GLAM
In-Person Training 237 GLAM updated and modified
|Calculated in Google sheet during the event. Data was acquired from the wiki data editor panel that records the contributor's total edits. This https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/ helps to track GLAM editing in wikidata, while OSMCha helps for GLAM OSM data.|
|N/A||N/A||N/A||2316||Wikidata edits during online training
2316 edits have been recorded during the competition
|Trained university students were adding data to WikiData during training and competition. With the help of the Wikimedia Indonesia team, we were able to track wikidata user edits through a tool called Outreach Dashboard https://outreachdashboard.wmflabs.org/|
|N/A||N/A||N/A||82294||Total Object Mapped and Added into OpenStreetMap were 81403 buildings and 891 GLAM objects mapped in OpenStreetMap
The target 50.000 objects
|We have conducted two internal competitions that involved only university students who participated in the training. And we also successfully hosted a public competition for youth. There were three competitions, two internals, and one public.
How do we get the data? Trained university students to contribute using OSM. Held a mini competition during the training. The total number of the object were counted using OSMCha and MissingMaps Leaderboard dashboard. These two tools help us calculate the total GLAM features added to OSM and build added to OSM by tracking the participant OSM Account.
14. Were there any metrics in your proposal that you could not collect or that you had to change?
15. If you have any difficulties collecting data to measure your results, please describe and add any recommendations on how to address them in the future.
16. Use this space to link or upload any additional documents that would be useful to understand your data collection (e.g., dashboards, surveys you have carried out, communications material, training material, etc).
- Upload Documents and Files
- Here is an additional field to type in URLs.
- GLAM Web GIS Dashboard in Indonesia that we have collected
Part 4: Organizational capacities & partnerships edit
17. Organizational Capacity
|A. Financial capacity and management||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|B. Conflict management or transformation||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|C. Leadership (i.e growing in potential leaders, leadership that fit organizational needs and values)||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|D. Partnership building||This capacity has grown but it should be further developed|
|E. Strategic planning||This capacity has grown but it should be further developed|
|F. Program design, implementation, and management||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|G. Scoping and testing new approaches, innovation||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|H. Recruiting new contributors (volunteer)||This capacity has grown but it should be further developed|
|I. Support and growth path for different types of contributors (volunteers)||This capacity has grown but it should be further developed|
|J. Governance||This capacity has grown but it should be further developed|
|K. Communications, marketing, and social media||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|L. Staffing - hiring, monitoring, supporting in the areas needed for program implementation and sustainability||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|M. On-wiki technical skills||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|N. Accessing and using data||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|O. Evaluating and learning from our work||This has grown over the last year, the capacity is high|
|P. Communicating and sharing what we learn with our peers and other stakeholders|
17a. Which of the following factors most helped you to build capacities? Please pick a MAXIMUM of the three most relevant factors.
- Peer to peer learning with other community members in conferences/events, Peer to peer learning with other community members in community/ies of practice* (structured and continuous learning and sharing spaces), Using capacity building/training resources online from sources WITHIN the Wikimedia Movement
17b. Which of the following factors hindered your ability to build capacities? Please pick a MAXIMUM of the three most relevant factors.
- Lack of volunteer time to participate in capacity building/training, Lack of training that fits contextual needs and interests, Lack of financial resources
18. Is there anything else you would like to share about how your organizational capacity has grown, and areas where you require support?
- Through the funding, we also built partnership building, and our organization has grown by expanding our network and building relationships with various institutions and communities. We have developed and strengthened new collaborations through joint projects and initiatives. Moreover, we have explored new tools and technologies, as well as new program models and strategies. Participating in WikiNusantara has also broadened our network and enabled us to identify potential partners. However, despite these developments, there are still areas where we require support. One of our main challenges is securing sustainable funding to support our programs and activities. Additionally, we could benefit from more opportunities for learning and exchange with other organizations and stakeholders.
19. Partnerships over the funding period.
|A. We built strategic partnerships with other institutions or groups that will help us grow in the medium term (3 year time frame)||Strongly agree|
|B. The partnerships we built with other institutions or groups helped to bring in more contributors from underrepresented groups||Strongly agree|
|C. The partnerships we built with other institutions or groups helped to build out more content on underrepresented topics/groups||Strongly agree|
19a. Which of the following factors most helped you to build partnerships? Please pick a MAXIMUM of the three most relevant factors.
- Institutional support from the Wikimedia Foundation, Volunteers from our communities, Partners proactive interest
19b. Which of the following factors hindered your ability to build partnerships? Please pick a MAXIMUM of the three most relevant factors.
- Lack of interest from partners, Lack of institutional support from the Wikimedia Foundation, Limited funding period
20. Please share your learning about strategies to build partnerships with other institutions and groups and any other learning about working with partners?
- Explaining the work plan and project impact is essential when approaching potential partners. Partnerships require flexibility and compromise with their allocation of time and resources. Therefore we need to be open to feedback and suggestion to adjust the activities. Find ways to accommodate each other's strengths and limitations. Regular communication is critical to keeping partnerships on track.
Additionally, participating in WikiNusantara has proven immensely beneficial in expanding our network and establishing connections with potential partners. This event served as a valuable platform for us to engage with diverse participants who share a common interest in promoting knowledge sharing and collaboration.
Part 5: Sense of belonging and collaboration edit
21. What would it mean for your organization to feel a sense of belonging to the Wikimedia or free knowledge movement?
- It would mean the organization shares the same values and goals as the movement. Our organizations aim to support the open-free knowledge of spatial data through open mapping technology. We have the same goals as Wikimedia to support a free knowledge movement. These values include free access to knowledge, collaboration, open-source, transparency, and community-driven initiatives. At the end of the project, we shared the data and training material with the community members and promotion the platform, so they could use, replicate and continue the platform in the future. The organization can contribute to the movement by sharing resources, expertise, and efforts aligning with these values and purposes.
22. How has your (for individual grantees) or your group/organization’s (for organizational grantees) sense of belonging to the Wikimedia or free knowledge movement changed over the fund period?
- Increased significantly
23. If you would like to, please share why it has changed in this way.
- We had the opportunity to participate in events or activities organized by the Wikimedia free knowledge movement. These experiences taught us lessons and appreciated the movement's values, goals, and community. We have also developed relationships with other individuals or organizations within the movement, leading to a stronger sense of belonging and connection.
24. How has your group/organization’s sense of personal investment in the Wikimedia or free knowledge movement changed over the fund period?
- Somewhat increased
25. If you would like to, please share why it has changed in this way.
- We have been implementing the project using open data technology and sharing free knowledge with the local community and stakeholders since 2012. Through the project with Wikimedia, we have learned and increased awareness about sharing free knowledge in the several platforms available in the movement. We also become strengthened by the challenges and opportunities in the movement and would like to commit to a more active role in addressing these issues for future funding opportunities.
26. Are there other movements besides the Wikimedia or free knowledge movement that play a central role in your motivation to contribute to Wikimedia projects? (for example, Black Lives Matter, Feminist movement, Climate Justice, or other activism spaces) If so, please describe it below.
- We have been collaborating with Wikimedia Indonesia and Creative Commons since 2013 to support free knowledge in the local community in Indonesia. Within the partnership, we learned how to support open data and knowledge for the community members. They are motivated to share our project and material products with public license.
Supporting Peer Learning and Collaboration edit
We are interested in better supporting peer learning and collaboration in the movement.
27. Have you shared these results with Wikimedia affiliates or community members?
27a. Please describe how you have already shared them. Would you like to do more sharing, and if so how?
- We have shared our results and learning with the Wikimedia community through various channels, including WikiNusantara, a Wikimedia Indonesia annual gathering event, where we presented our program implementation and lessons learned. We also shared our results and learning through blog posts on our website, social media channels, creating video documentation, and other online platforms like Wikimedia Diff. Additionally, we have engaged with the community through competition, training, and edit-a-thons, where we encouraged others to participate in the free knowledge movement. We hope to inspire and encourage others to join the movement and contribute to the open knowledge ecosystem by sharing our results and learning.
28. How often do you currently share what you have learned with other Wikimedia Foundation grantees, and learn from them?
- We do this rarely (less than twice a year)
29. How does your organization currently share mutual learning with other grantees?
- To accomplish this, we have published articles and videos on the impact and other lessons learned for fellow grantees. These articles essentially cover various aspects, both technical and non-technical, to be shared with readers regarding what we have done in the project, what has been achieved, the impact on the audience, accessible information for the public, as well as the challenges we have encountered throughout the project. We have published these articles on our website and on open platforms like Diff and Wiki OSM.
Part 6: Financial reporting and compliance edit
30. Please state the total amount spent in your local currency.
31. Local currency type
32. Please report the funds received and spending in the currency of your fund.
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- Report funds received and spent, if template not used.
33. If you have not already done so in your budget report, please provide information on changes in the budget in relation to your original proposal.
34. Do you have any unspent funds from the Fund?
34a. Please list the amount and currency you did not use and explain why.
34b. What are you planning to do with the underspent funds?
34c. Please provide details of hope to spend these funds.
35. Are you in compliance with the terms outlined in the fund agreement?
As required in the fund agreement, please report any deviations from your fund proposal here. Note that, among other things, any changes must be consistent with our WMF mission, must be for charitable purposes as defined in the grant agreement, and must otherwise comply with the grant agreement.
36. Are you in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations as outlined in the grant agreement?
37. Are you in compliance with provisions of the United States Internal Revenue Code (“Code”), and with relevant tax laws and regulations restricting the use of the Funds as outlined in the grant agreement? In summary, this is to confirm that the funds were used in alignment with the WMF mission and for charitable/nonprofit/educational purposes.
38. If you have additional recommendations or reflections that don’t fit into the above sections, please write them here.