The chapter below is dedicated to Projects in The Division 2. You'll learn if completing them is viable and the rewards for doing so. The guide for The Division 2 contains useful information regarding projects.
Projects are a type of missions that can be completed anytime during the game. They require you to donate certain resources and equipment, as well as take part in activities found in the district. The screenshot above shows the projects screen - as you can see, the right side of the screen shows the objectives and the rewards for the current project. Projects are rather easy - during the game, you'll find a lot of resources and equipment (you can set the unneeded equipment as trash (by default, V) instantly after picking it up and equip a perk that gives you more free space in the backpack). Completing Projects is rewarded with blueprints, equipment, mods, as well as additional experience points. Some Projects become available only after completing story missions for the given settlement, or after discovering new Safe Houses - completing projects connected to the Safe Houses liberates the districts where these safe houses are found, and inform you of the ability to hunt more powerful opponents (Bounties). Projects are definitely viable - following the ability to gain additional experience, equipment and mod blueprints (mods are especially useful, as they can customize the character to suit your playstyle).