Introduction

The finance unit is responsible for management of the organization’s cash flow and ensuring there are enough funds available to meet the commitments of Implementing partner organizations. A cash forecast prepared on a regular basis to systematically calculate the ongoing cash needs.

The finance unit will work with heads of implementing partner agencies and programme managers to prepare the organization’s budgets and forecasts, and to report back on the progress against these throughout the year.

Finance unit contribute to the management and improvement of the operations by measuring and reporting regularly on activities of the action plan on a monthly basis to monitor the operations and decide where further attention may be required.

Preparation of the year end consolidated financial statement is a key responsibility of the finance unit and is held responsible to the Auditor General’s Department for timeliness, accuracy and transparency.

In summary the finance unit is responsible for overall financial reporting for Donor organizations, stakeholders and The Government of Sri Lanka.