AccountAid India is a private consulting organisation, which was set up in 1992. AccountAid’s main focus is on accounting, accountability and regulation of organised giving. It works with three key stakeholders: Grant-makers, Implementing NGOs, and Auditors. It also takes up research on issues such as Financial Risk Management, small NGO accounting models, book-keeping systems.
AccountAid has worked closely with clients among international and domestic grant-makers, as well as Corporate groups with CSR portfolios, for providing support on pre-funding and post-funding financial assessment, capacity-building of grantees, systems building, and training on financial management of grants/compliance.
AccountAid persons have participated as key resource persons in over a hundred workshops/webinars organised by various donor agencies, corporate foundations and various network groups.
As an extended conflict-of-interest policy, AccountAid and associated organisations do not accept fees or fee-based assignments directly from implementing NGOs.
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