“I am excited to be part of the IFR4NPO project because It enables me to contribute to and support the course of developing a standard for NGOs financial reporting. I believe this will help improve accountability and transparency in the sector.”

Country Champion

Olufemi Akintoye

Finance Consultant with Chemonics International

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Akintoye is a respected grant, finance, and operations professional with over 12 years of experience in local, national, and international NPOs. He has worked with various NPOs and development agencies, including TBNetwork Nigeria, Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (ANHI), Malaria Consortium and Chemonics International, heading units in the finance and operations (including administration, contracts and grants) departments, leading people and managing multi-dollar projects

He is a Chartered Accountant, a PhD. Candidate and a Master’s degree holder in finance and accounting, among other certificates infinance, accounting, leadership and programme management. 

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


Temitope Awolusi

Finance Manager, Ford Foundation, West Africa Office

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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.