Imarisha CBO

Imarisha CBO works with grassroots women, men and youth groups to sharpen community engagement and development discourse. Majorly, the organisation targets the marginalized in the society and work towards establishing innovative and sustainable enterprises for their empowerment.

Imarisha CBO is a relatively young organization but efforts have been put in place over the last one year to strengthen her programs and finance systems by engaging lean staff with the following;

  • Educational Backgrounds.
  • Programme Development.
  • Grant Making.
  • Portfolio Management Experiences.

  • Efforts have also been made to develop;

  • Requisite policies.
  • Manuals.
  • Tools.
  • Guidelines for internal financial control.
  • The organisation through her various policies and procedures has put in place relevant financial management and internal control systems in place to manage grants received and related organizational incomes.

    Imarisha CBO has three main programs:


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