Annual Seminar For Public Sector, NGOs & Public Benefit Organisations’ Conference
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Training Date(s)

12 Nov - 15 Nov 2024

Training Charge

KES 65,000.00

Training Time

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Training Venue


About the training

Public sector management stands as the backbone of any civilized nation, orchestrating the allocation and utilization of limited funds with utmost transparency and accountability. While financial reporting serves as a cornerstone of this accountability, ensuring that public finance resources are judiciously administered, challenges persist despite existing legal frameworks.
Yet, amidst these challenges lies the opportunity for innovation and improvement. Building and strengthening institutional capacity within the public service becomes paramount. Through strategic investment in capacity building initiatives, the public sector can cultivate a workforce equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate complex financial landscapes efficiently and ethically.
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Public Benefit Organizations (PBOs) also play an important role in promoting economic growth, developing society, improving communities and promoting citizen participation. NGOs are particularly critical to the socioeconomic development of countries where government capacity and revenues are limited.
Among the emerging trends within the sector, it is evident that NGOs and PBOs are striving to embrace higher professional standards in their management, operations, and governance. The incorporation of information technology and the evolution of audit and reporting requirements are poised to shape the future trajectory of NGOs and PBOs. Financial stakeholders hold legitimate expectations, often guided by regulatory frameworks that may be generalized and, at times, challenging to apply to spdiecific NGOs and PBOs.
The training aims to enhance understanding of the best practices relating to the Public sector, NGO and PBO sector and provide a premier interdisciplinary platform to discuss the most recent trends and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, the current reforms and solutions adopted.
Some of the topics that we will discuss during the seminar include:

  • Legal and institutional framework of Public Financial Management.
  • Effective governance and oversight considerations.
  • Redefining Public Sector, PBOs & NGOs taxation and compliance.
  • Budgeting and Budgetary Control Mechanisms and for Government entities & Budget implementation and effective budgeting considerations for the PBOs & NGOs
  • Practical means of achieving data security.

Additional Details

Continuous professional development

Upon completion of the course, CPD points will also be awarded to all trainees, which can then be redeemed from the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK).

National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) Reimbursement

Please note that we are also registered with the National Industrial Training Authority (NITA). Our registration number is NITA/IT/IBTA/F/11.

Participants who are registered levy contributors can apply to NITA for reimbursement of the fees. To qualify you should apply to NITA for approval prior to the date of the conference.

Target Audience

Other Trainings