Globalization during the 20th century gave rise to the importance of NGOs. Many problems could not be solved within a nation. Funding such large budgets demands significant fundraising efforts on the part of most NGOs. Major sources of NGO funding include membership dues, the sale of goods and services, grants from international institutions or national governments, and private donations. Several EU-grants provide funds accessible to NGOs. The governments of the countries an NGO works or is registered in may require reporting or other monitoring and oversight. Funders generally require reporting and assessment, such information is not necessarily publicly available. There may also be associations and watchdog organizations that research and publish details on the actions of NGOs working in particular geographic or program areas. This is why, as an NGO the client can stand to gain from a companion that knows how to link global know-how and local presence – a companion such as MZ Islam & Co.
Why MZ Islam & Co?
As the expert in the NGO field we are able to provide throughout Bangladesh what is both a comprehensive and professional range of services in auditing. We may certify the financial statements as required by NGO Affairs Bureau and Donor agencies.
- We will allocate an experienced team to the case.
- We will help to achieve greater transparency and efficiency in reporting, accounting, internal control systems and risk management.
- We analyse, plan and accompany our client’s projects in fields such as improvement, mergers and acquisitions.
- We will help in preparing financial statements as required by NGO Affairs Bureau.
List of major clients
- KWIT Charity
- Chars Livelihood Program
- Global Fund for Malaria Eradication
- The Institute of Allergy and Clinical Immunology of Bangladesh
- Integrated Education Research Foundation
- International Islamic Relief Organisation (IIRO) Bangladesh.
- HASAB – Bangladesh
- Abu Rajwan Foundation
We also provide audit and other assurance services to the NGOs registered under the NGO Affairs Bureau and Microcredit Regulatory Authority (MRA).