Financial Management

  • Philip Byrne


The purpose of this chapter is to explore some of the key aspects of financial management that are relevant and important for non-governmental organisation (NGOs) today in managing donor-funded projects. The following four key areas of financial management are examined for the purpose of this chapter:
  • Area 1: Budget Management

  • Area 2: Financial Reporting

  • Area 3: Assessing an NGO partners’ financial management capacity

  • Area 4: Audit and Control


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Public Administration in DublinDublinIreland

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