How do small funders monitor international grantees?

Although travel costs may prohibit international site visits, many alternatives exist that make due diligence and grant tracking affordable and effective. Intermediary organizations, which are U.S.-based public charities with contacts abroad, focus on providing domestic donors with photos, videos, and electronic reports that keep them in the know from across the globe. Peer funders also will often share their in-country contacts, and new technology has enhanced and lowered the cost of international communications.

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