There are some issues to note in developing and preparing project proposals. These issues will decide if you will succeed in raising the desired funds or not. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to these proposal tips.
Tip #1: Keep the Language Simple:
Use simple language – use familiar words and avoid jargon. The assessors would rather understand you than read beautifully crafted compound sentences. Be clear and avoid getting the assessors confused. Note that they often have tens or even hundreds of proposals to check. They won’t have the patience to check the meanings of words in a dictionary.
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