“It’s a wonderful initiative that will bring uniformity and clarity to the reporting requirements”

Country Champion

Temitope Awolusi

Assistant Director of Finance, Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centre

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Temitope is a qualified Chartered Accountant of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and her Master’s degree (MBA) from the Business School Netherlands. With more than ten years in the NPO sector, Temitope was an accountant for FHI360, before joining Ford Foundation ,West Africa Office. Now she works with Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centre as Assistant Director of Finance.

“I am excited about the IFR4NPO project because it provides me the opportunity to share my insight and foresight on how best an international accounting standard specific to nonprofits can help inspire public trust and show the real impact -both social and economic of the nonprofit sector.”


Oyebisi B. Oluseyi

Executive Director, Nigeria Network of NGOs

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Oyebisi B. Oluseyi joined the Nigeria Network of NGOs as the Executive Director in 2012 after 5 years working with the United Nations Children’s Fund in New York where he conceived, founded and managed the “Rural Voices of Youth Initiative”, a project that was taken up by UNICEF Headquarters in 2008. He has since grown and overseen the Nigeria Network of NGOs from 600 organisations to over 3,900 (as of March 2024), shaping its vision towards improving the operational environment for civil society and ensuring that there is an enabling environment for the work of nonprofits in Nigeria.

Oyebisi specializes in civil society strengthening and growth, including capacity building while developing and implementing advocacy activities on the reform of laws guiding the formation and operation of nonprofits in Nigeria.  He has written many publications that focus on civil society regulations and strengthening, part of which is the civil society index and philanthropy report for Nigeria. He was part of the high-level African civil society delegation that negotiated and advocated for adoption of the SDGs by African Heads of States. He delivered the Master Class on Nonprofit Management at the 2021 Google for Africa event.

Oyebisi also serves on the Executive Committee of the Civil Society Pillar of the Community of Democracy, an intergovernmental organisation, and since 2004 had headed a series of portfolios of activities on development policy, civil society strengthening and participatory governance.  He currently serves as an International Board Member and Secretary to the Board at the International Centre for Not-for-Profit Law (ICNL).  He is a fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants.