INDEPTH adopted the International Public Sector Accounting Standard (IPSAS) several years ago to promote transparency and enhance disclosure in financial statements. Our Financial staff undergo continuous updates on IPSAS's technical issues and related activities

Several financial controls are in place. These include:

  1. Work Plans and Budgets are reviewed and approved by the INDEPTH Board
  2. Quarterly financial reports reviewed by the Board
  3. INDEPTH Board Chair must be consulted on proposed expenditure outside approved budget
  4. The Secretariat's transactions above $100,000 must be approved by the INDEPTH Board Chair
  5. Network finances: audited by internationally reputable auditing firms since 2002 (KPMG and PWC, Ghana)
  6. Work plans and budget summaries put on the website (IPSAS 24)
  7. Audited financial reports are included in the INDEPTH Annual Reports
  8. Auditors present audited reports to the General Assembly
  9. INDEPTH Finance Team and External Auditors visit member centres to review subgrants


  1. Audited Financial  Reports
  2. Submitted Form 990s to US IRS


Sixtus Apaliyah
Senior Finance Manager
Adam Osman
Senior Accountant
Raymond Akparibo
Senior Accountant