Financial Oversight & Accountability

Our accounts are independently audited by Crowley DSK and are available below. We employ the services of external accountants to support the day to day management of our accounts.

group of female anti-FGM activists
left to right - Oumou Salif Toué (Mali), Ifrah Ahmed (Somalia), Sadia Hussein (Kenya), Dr Natalia Kanem, Executive Director of UNFPA, Domtila Chesang (Kenya), Hannah Nazri (Malaysia)

Audit and External Evaluation

Our accounts are audited externally since our income surpassed €100,000 per year in 2019. The accounts are independently audited by Crowley DSK and are available below.  We employ the services of external accountants to support the day to day management of our accounts.

Ifrah Foundation has externally audited accounts since 2019. We have under gone 3 spot check audits, commissioned by UNFPA and undertaken by Deloitte and Tilly Baker, since 2021. 

We had an independent evaluation of the impact of our Dear Daughter Campaign, completed in December 2023. 

We welcome the opportunity to engage in evolution and feedback and strive to continually improve. 


Value for Money

Ifrah Foundation actively keep fundraising, administrative and overhead costs to a minimum. We are conscious of our obligation to ensure value for money and work hard to make the most of the limited resources we have. We have a robust procurement policy and procedures, prioritising local procure of products and services.

We seek to recruit and work with professionals, specialists and community activists, based within the communities we are serving.


Financial Reports

Feedback and Complaints: we want to hear from you.

Safeguarding

Ifrah Foundation takes a ‘do no harm’ approach in our work. We are committed to protecting children and vulnerable people from harm.  We operate in adherence to the principles of the Children First Act 2015 and Child Safeguarding, a Guide for Policy, Procedure and Practice 2018, as well as our Ifrah Foundation policies, to mitigate the risk of harm.

Our Safeguarding Statement is available here.  

We also adhere to our policy on the Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment.  Both Ifrah Ahmed and Leonie Kerins are designated officers in this regard. Should you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact either: Ifrah@Ifrahfoundation.org and Leonie@Ifrahfoundation.org

Our Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment Policy is available here

Ifrah Foundation is committed to being accountable for our actions and the decisions we take, that our interactions, activities and programmes are of the highest standards and that our staff conduct is always respectful of others.

​We aim to listen to the needs, concerns, and views of those involved in our programme work (our donors and supporters, the communities and individuals involved in the activities we fund, our programme partners) as well as all other stakeholders.

​We want to hear people’s feedback whether that is positive, identifying a concern or making a complaint. We promise to treat what people tell us seriously and to take appropriate action.

  • Post: postmarked “Private & Confidential” to Executive Director, 3 Main Street, Glaslough, Co. Monaghan, Ireland 
  • Email: Leonie@IfrahFoundaiton.org
  • Telephone: + 353 87 7447961

​​If you have a complaint relating to the Executive Director, please address this to the Ifrah Foundation Chairperson, 3 Main Street, Glaslough, Co. Monaghan, Ireland.