1 Introduction: why keep accounts – and who should keep them?
2 Deciding what your group’s activities will cost
3 Records of money coming in and going out
4 Arranging your records to give more information
5 Bank accounts
6 Making sure your figures agree with the bank’s figures
7 Summarizing the accounts
8 Summarizing the accounts in more detail
9 Providing the information your group needs
10 Having the accounts checked
11 Relations with donors
12 Regular financial tasks
13 Notes for trainers and facilitators, and session plans
Back Matter (Appendices/ Resources)
John Cammack is a freelance adviser and consultant, trainer, writer and coach with international non-government organizations. He has previously worked as head of international finance at Oxfam UK and as a senior lecturer in accounting and financial management at Oxford Brookes University.