Americares Foundation Tanzania (“Americares”) is soliciting proposals from firms to provide external audit services for the calendar period ending December 31, 2022. It is seeking a qualified professional services organization, that will assist Americares with a deep dive/focused external audit of our financial statements / records and our conformance to International Public Sector Accounting Standards, (IPSAS). Location for the audit is in Mwanza City Council Tanzania
Americares is an emergency response and global health organization that saves lives and builds healthier futures for people in crisis in the U.S. and around the world. Every day, Americares puts critically needed medicines and supplies in the hands of frontline health workers and develops innovative, sustainable health improvements in their communities. We are the leading nonprofit for delivering donated medicines and medical supplies to health programs around the world. We leverage this core competency with emergency preparedness, response and recovery efforts, and programs that improve health outcomes. Our programs increase access to care in more than 90 countries every year. Americares is recognized by the Tanzania Revenue Authority as a non-governmental organization, (NGO).
Americares has partnered with Bugando Medical Centre (BMC) to deliver free, high-quality medicine and medical supplies to patients in need. In partnership with BMC, Americares Obstetric Fistula Repair Project addresses the physical and psychosocial trauma of childbirth injury through cost-free surgical repairs and pre/post-operative care and counseling. Health worker safety is a priority for Americares. In collaboration with five major hospitals, Americares has provided health workers with interventions such as free Hep B vaccines, training on safe work practices, Quality Improvement Teams (QIT) strengthening and infrastructure improvements. Americares addresses WASH challenges, improves access to infection prevention and control supplies, hospital equipment and IEC materials.
Americares has a five years USAID-funded project– Community Partnerships for Respectful Care (CPRC) which aims to contribute to a reduction in mortality and morbidity for women and children in Tanzania over five years, by integrating respectful care practices into existing services and empowering women to seek essential services.
Americares will review all proposals based on the criteria outlined in this RFP. Those firms whose proposals are selected for further consideration may be asked to make a personal presentation to us and/or answer questions in advance of our final selection. The selected firm(s) will report to the Americares Foundation Tanzania Country Director.
A focused audit of our financial statements / records and our conformance with Accounting Principles and International Public Sector Accounting Standards, (IPSAS)
This independent audit will cover the period from January 1st, 2022 to December 31st, 2022 and ajira the assessment will focus on following areas:
Respondent’s Phone #:
All proposals should be emailed to email@example.com and copy firstname.lastname@example.org by 03rd October 2022