The Management Accounting for Non-Governmental Organisations (MANGO) is a United Kingdom-based NGO that helps aid agencies, NGOs and nonprofits to work more effectively. MANGO’s mission is to strengthen the financial management and accountability of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and their partners. MANGO has established a reputation for delivering high quality training, staff recruitment, consultancy and best-practice guides.
MANGO is conducting a course on Financial Sustainability Essentials – How to Build a Financing Strategy from 20-21 August 2012 in Pretoria.
This course is essential for senior managers, strategic decision makers and programme managers who advise local NGOs. It is packed with practical tips and tools that you will be able to use to plan a more secure future for their, or partner, NGOs.
- Training takes the fear out of finance;
- Training focuses on building practical skills and confidence;
- Training is interesting, relevant and enjoyable; and
- Training avoids confusing jargon and boring lectures.
How to book
The course fee is GBP490 (approximately R6 250) or GBP390 (approximately R5 000) depending on the annual turnover of your organisation. To find out more, click here.
Financial support made more widely available.
MANGO is delighted to announce that our bursary scheme is now being extended to our ‘Grant Management Essentials’ (FM8) course as well as its ‘Practical Financial Management’ (FM1) and ‘Financial Sustainability Essentials’ (FM2) courses. To find out more, click here.
Tel: +44 (0)1865 423818
E-mail: training @mango.org.uk
For more about Management Accounting for Non-Governmental Organisations, refer to www.mango.org.uk.