Three day workshop Financial Management for Non-Profit Organisations
Putting in place a systematic procedure and having a policy on managing NGO finances is a good indicator for a credible organization. It will make the organisation stand out before Government agencies as well as funding sources. Donor agencies would be most happy to render immediate funding support to such NGOs which have systematic policies in place for effective financial management.
This workshop has been specially designed to help organisations and development sector professionals in understanding the changing requirements of government departments as well as donor agencies in the appropriate management of finances and its reporting. It will also help participants in maintaining the financial efficiency of the NGO through appropriate planning and monitoring of financial transitions.
This programme will focus on:
- Legal framework of NGOs (Trust, Society etc).
- Principles of accounting & financial management.
- System for internal control and accountability.
- Institutional and project budgeting.
- Financial documentation & and reporting.
- Method of financial reporting to donors.
- Legal compliances with FCRA and Home Monistry
- Latest on Taxation GST and NGOs
Meet the Resource
C.A. VITTAL RAO LOKARE, is a Fellow Member of the “Institute of Chartered Accountants of India”, practicing in Bangalore. During the long career of 25 years, he has been extending his services as an auditor to many corporate as well as NGOs covered under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010.
He is also the auditor for many International Resource Agencies like Basic Needs, UK,. Every Child, UK.- liaison office in India. He has done Financial Consultancy services to International NGO’s like Christian Aid, London UK, Bread for the World, Germany, Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund, Glasgow, Scotland, KNH - Germany. He has also undertaken many international assignments in Bangladesh, Nepal, Philippines and Sri Lanka for European Donors.
He is a much sought after resource person and has conducted several training programmes, seminars/workshops in Finance Management, FCRA, Taxation and other statutory requirements for various NGOs and religious institutions in different parts of India and for the past one decade and more he is a regular faculty at Karl Kübel Institute for Development Education at Coimbatore.
Who can Participate:
Heads of Institutions, Senior members and decision makers, as well as Finance Managers/officers and Senior Accountants of organisations.
Cost, Payment and Registration:
Cost of programme Rs.6000/ + 18% GST. All registrations should be done with advance payment, after getting confirmation from KKID. For more information and registration write to tomjose(at)kkid.org / training.desk1(at)kkid.org or call 9488189892.