OHF has operated  an NGO in Cambodia  since 2003. Its programs vary from community projects, skills training, volunteer programs to children homes.  It has spent over six million dollars helping the poor and vulnerable families in Prey Veng, Cambodia.  OHF’s founder. Robert Kee brings his entrepreneurial experience and business skills to ensure that there are processes to detect and prevent fraud. In a cash based economy, where receipts are often falsified, good governance goes beyond having audited reports.

For example, OHF does not depend on receipts to ensure that diesel claims are genuine but compares the claims with estimated cost of diesel based on mileage! Besides cost, we have to ensure that the materials, equipment and consumables that are purchased are of a quality commensurate with its price. There are numerous ways in which an NGO can be cheated. Even fake projects with photos, reports and receipts can be submitted for payment.

It is impossible to prevent fraud when it is an unknown unknown. OHF can train your staff so that fraud changes from an unknown unknown to a known known.  Fraud is a cancer that attacked the morale of the organization. No employee feels good  working in an NGO where she sees other employees taking bribes or swindling the NGO.

Email admin@ohf.org.sg to set up a zoom discussion on how OHF can help identify fraud, provide training  or do an audit.