Non-governmental organisations

The non-profit sector has a great significance for the development of civil society, rule of the law and the development of the democracy, and in line with its field of activity, they are involved in solving various society problems. The basic characteristic of the non-governmental sector is organization on a voluntary basis, as well as engagement in solving issues for which they are personally interested or which are a general social need.

Non-governmental organizations are an alternative and support to solving many social problems based on human needs, which the state cannot overcome on its own or decide to solve them in cooperation with the non-governmental sector. Governmental institutions and the non-governmental sector have recognized the need to establish partnership relations aimed at more efficient resolution of a wide range of economic problems through the implementation of joint projects or through the transfer of certain services from the public to the non-governmental sector, which also includes the role and responsibility of non-governmental organizations for transparency in work and business. The practice has shown that a considerable number of non-governmental organizations is establishing strong mechanisms for controlling public finance management.

Our clients from the non-governmental sector are foundations, humanitarian organizations, social institutions, professional associations, clubs, etc. Grant Thornton teams in Bosnia and Herzegovina have non-profit sector experts for audit of financial reports, project audit, tax counselling, and other consulting services and offer innovative solutions which will help you improve project management skills and create the possibility to ensure new sources of financing.

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