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Financial Management Health Check: How Healthy is Your NGO? (FRENCH)

The Health Check involves answering a simple set of questions. They cover all the key areas of NGO financial management. By the end of the Health Check you will be able to tell if the financial management in your NGO is healthy or sick - and whether you need to call a doctor. A self-assessment tool to help NGOs evaluate the quality of their financial management

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Financial Management Health Check: How Healthy is the Financial Management in Your NGO? (ENGLISH)

The Health Check involves answering a simple set of questions. They cover all the key areas of NGO financial management. By the end of the Health Check you will be able to tell if the financial management in your NGO is healthy or sick - and whether you need to call a doctor. A self-assessment tool to help NGOs evaluate the quality of their financial management.

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Performance-Based Incentives for Health: Six Years of Results from Supply-Side Programs in Haiti

The paper details USAID's launch of a project in 1995 to deliver basic health services in Haiti. The project began by reimbursing contracted NGOs for documented expenditures or inputs. In 1999, payment was changed to being based partly on attaining performance targets or outputs.

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Technical Assistance for Community Services (TACS): Nonprofit Financial Management Self-Assessment Tool

The Technical Assistance for Community Services (TACS) - Nonprofit Financial Management Self-Assessment Tool is a short offline survey designed for non profit organizations to evaluate their financial performance. The questionnaire is organized to assess five financial management capacity areas: financial systems; execution; recording; reporting; and monitoring.

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Raising Funds and Mobilizing Resources for HIV/AIDS Work

This toolkit and training resource shares practical technical support, and aims to help NGOs/CBOs plan and carry out resource mobilisation strategically and systematically, to obtain maximum returns for the least effort, while remaining true to their mission

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