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What is Organization for Rehabilitation and Development in Amhara (ORDA)?
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What are the major Developmental programs that ORDA focuses?
Who benefits from ORDA's work?
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How does ORDA work?
Are there NGOs, CBOs, interested groups or communities that ORDA will not work with for political reasons?
How does ORDA finance its projects?
How does ORDA spend the fund mobilized from different sources?
Is ORDA involved in emergency work?
How do I find out what jobs are available? Can I work for/volunteer for ORDA?
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How does ORDA spend the fund mobilized from different sources?

ORDA uses resources mobilized from various sources based on the agreements and its own financial management manual. ORDA takes project agreements as the ultimate binding documents to guide the flow of financial resources. It respects its promises and strives to meet the requirements of partners as well as donors. It also works diligently to settle compliance issues at the time when they arise. Generally, ORDA follows a cycle of annual planning, implanting, monitoring, evaluating, reporting and learning. Therefore, expenditures are subject to regular checks against the budget that could lead into necessary revisions and amendments. To learn more about how ORDA administers its financial resource, please click on “Plan and Report” tab.



Last Updated (Wednesday, 24 October 2012 07:21)

 


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