ToR: External Audit for UAA Financial Statements Community Based Sociotherapy Rwanda
TERMS OF REFERENCE ON EXTERNAL AUDIT FOR UAA FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
STARTING FROM THE 18TH SEPTEMBER 2017 TO THE 16TH MAY 2018
Community Based Sociotherapy Rwanda (CBS Rwanda) is national non-governmental organization created to improve psychosocial wellbeing and strengthen interpersonal reconciliation and social cohesion at the grass-roots level in Rwanda. Sociotherapy uses the group as a therapeutic medium in the establishment of trust, the creation of an open environment for discussion and the formation of peer-support structures. The socio-groups facilitate community members to identify, acknowledge, share, and manage together their everyday psychosocial problems related to the recent history of political violence and its aftermath.
Under financial support of Ikiraro cy’Iterambere, CBS Rwanda in partnership with Prison Fellowship Rwanda (PFR) and the Anglican Church of Rwanda Byumba Diocese (EAR-D/Byumba) is implementing a pilot project called Umusingi w’Amahoro Arambye (UAA): Breaking intergenerational cycles of trauma and violence through grassroots advocacy. The project aim is to increase recognition of the importance of addressing and preventing intergenerational trauma through the development of trauma-informed policies and practices. At field level, the project is implemented in two districts namely Muhanga District by PFR and Rulindo by EAR-D/Byumba.
The pilot project started on 18th September 2017 and will end by 16th May 2018. Therefore, CBS is seeking an external audit firm to conduct a comprehensive financial performance, compliance and risks based audit. The total envelope to be audited is GBP 99,872 (or Rwf 107,584,899).
2. Scope of the work
2.1. The successful bidder will be required to perform the following tasks: