International Needs Ghana (INGH) has successfully gone through an assessment by the African Council for Accreditation and Accountability (AfCAA), a Pan-African independent Christian accreditation body.
AfCAA accreditation process involves a rigorous and detailed review and analysis of an organization’s operations, programmes, management and services against seven stewardship and accountability standards which include Leadership & Governance as well as Financial Management & Disclosure.
In a press statement announcing the accreditation, Mrs. Emily Chengo, Executive Director at AfCAA noted that,
“AfCAA’s rigorous independent assessment criteria ensures that only the organizations that subscribe and adhere to the seven standards achieve our accreditation,” “We congratulate International Needs Ghana on the high standards of their programme’s leadership, partners and communities.”
INGH is the first organization to be accredited by AfCAA in Ghana.
The African Council for Accreditation and Accountability (AfCAA) launched in 2016 in Nairobi, Kenya seeks to promote public trust in organizations through awareness raising, advocacy and accreditation, in compliance with Biblical standards.