Mango nonprofit financial trainings in Asia this Fall

raining that brings programme and finance staff together
"It’s been a great experience attending Mango training. Now I am more confident dealing with financial matters of my programme & projects" Huma Abassi, Oxfam GB
Book early and claim a 20% discount! 8 discounted places are available on each course, so book here now to benefit from the reduced fee*.

Feel the difference

>>  Feel confident and in control when handling programme funds
>> Understand tools and techniques to make financial management easy
>> Discover high-quality training that is fun, practical and effective
Click on the course codes to find the right Mango course for you:
CodeCourse titleDateLocationClosing date
FM1Practical Financial Management for NGOs: Getting the Basics Right 18-22 NovemberBangkok, Thailand14 October
24-28 NovemberDhaka, Bangladesh20 October
TFT1Training for Finance Trainers: How to Take the Fear out of Finance 18-21 NovemberBangkok, Thailand14 October
BE2Budgeting for Project Proposals: How to Write Budgets that Win Funds22 NovemberBangkok, Thailand18 October
FM8 Grant Management Essentials: How to Keep Your Donors Happy25-26 NovemberBangkok, Thailand21 October
3-4 December Dhaka, Bangladesh29 October
FM2Financial Sustainability Essentials: How to Build a Financing Strategy27-28 NovemberBangkok, Thailand23 October
1-2 December Dhaka, Bangladesh27 October
* Discount applies to the first 4 bookings on our 'TFT1' course.

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All good wishes,

Rob Hayes
Training Manager
Chester House, Oxford, OX1 2AU, UK

Mango really does take the fear out of finance!
Financial support availableBursaries are available on our FM1, FM2 & FM8 courses. If you work for a small, local NGO you might be eligible to apply. Click here to find out more.
Group training availableIf your organisation needs to train at least 10 people, our in-house training service may be of interest. Read more here.  


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