Provision of External Audit Services
|Position Location:||Africa - Kenya|
Terms of Reference for Provision of External Audit Services
1. About Relief International (RI)
Relief International specializes in humanitarian and development programs that benefit people in severe distress. As a registered nonprofit in the US, UK, Belgium, and now France, our work targets fragile settings that suffer from recurrent manmade or natural crises that impede human development. In 60 years of doing this work, we’ve learned that there’s only one constant in fragile settings: they don’t follow a pattern.
Today, we’ll work to deliver life-saving aid to millions of people living on the edge of survival. Tomorrow, when the crisis subsides, we’ll work alongside community members to restore job opportunities, build critical infrastructure, and develop education programs. And the day after that … we’ll be ready for the next chapter. In fragile settings, every day brings new opportunities and fresh challenges.
RI works in the following sectors; Education; Economic Opportunity; Water, Sanitation and Hygiene; and Health and Nutrition.
RI Kenya/Somalia office is seeking to procure external audit services in order to obtain independent and objective assurance as to whether the financial statements of RI Kenya/Somalia present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of RI in accordance with the International Standard on Auditing (lSA) promulgated by the IFAC and the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants.
2. Scope of Assignment
2.1 Annual Activities:
2.2 Location of Operation:
2.3 Number of Staff
2.4 Projected Spending.
The projected annual spending:
2.6 Source of Funding
3.1 Eligibility criteria
Firms seeking to apply should be registered in Kenya and must have been in operation at least for the last 10 years providing both audit and tax services. Additionally, the firm must demonstrate experience in the audit of not for profit entities and organizations with similar registration to RI.
The following information should be provided:
The firm should state the methodology/approach of conducting the audits. Upon selection, the firm will be expected to provide a letter of engagement which will also highlight the basis of the auditor’s work.
3.4 Proposed Fees
The firm should provide a quote for the provision of audit services as highlighted above. This should include projected fees for the subsequent two years.
4.1 Instructions for submission
All proposals should be submitted by 1 p.m. Kenyan time, Friday September 30, 2021 through the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
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