The Institute of Charity Management (hereinafter ICM) is a section at the NGOs Coordination Board established pursuant to Section 8 (a) of the Non-Governmental Organizations Act CAP 134. Its role is to offer trainings to sector players on operations and management of charitable organizations registered with the Board.
Since its inception in January 2016, the institute has trained both board members and staff of NGOs countrywide.
NGO Board being the regulator of charities in Kenya, ICM is therefore best suited in offering trainings on matters charity. The trainers used are employees of NGOB, who are familiar with the legal and regulatory requirements of the sector. In addition, the presence of ICM in itself enhances the regulatory impact of the NGOs Board.
Further, the organ ensures that NGOs comply with the set requirements as well as all the sector policies. This is informed by the action plans that come up after the training. Lastly, the training and guidance guarantees the sustainability of charitable organizations.
- To improve the response of NGOs to rules, directives, policies, regulations and laws in order to boost their compliance levels.
- To equip and enhance the employees skills (trainers) such as interpersonal skills, problem solving abilities, teamwork and leadership for proper service delivery.
- To raise the revenue collected by the Board
|Training||Unit Cost (KES)|
|1.||Capacity building per person for board members||15,000/-|
|2.||Capacity building per person for management training for both days||29,000/-|