Registration of Audit Firms for the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP)
About the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP)
The Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) is a financial assistance scheme of the Government of Japan that is offered for developing countries. The GGP supports various development projects proposed bodies such as NGOs and local public authorities. The grant amount for each project is up to 10 million Japanese yen (approx. USD 90,000). The Embassy of Japan in Myanmar assists about 40 – 50 projects per year through this GGP scheme. Some examples of GGP include construction of school buildings, rural health care facilities, rural roads and small scale bridges and provision of medical equipment, etc.
The Embassy of Japan in Myanmar is inviting audit firms to be registered for the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) for fiscal year 2018. A GGP grant recipient is normally responsible for selecting audit firms to implement a project through a comparison of quotations from at least three different firms. However, the Embassy of Japan will recommend the above mentioned GGP registered firms at the request of grant recipients, when necessary, in case the registered firms will be expected to audit the project concerned.
To apply, all documents listed below shall be submitted to the Embassy of Japan no later than 19 January 2018.
Results will be notified by the Embassy of Japan to applying firms, after examining submitted documents.
List of application documents for Design and/or Construction Companies
1. Application for Registration (Form B)
2. List of recent audited projects (Form B-1)
3. List of Branches / Partner Firms (Form B-2)
4. Annual Financial Statement & Audit Report for past 3 years
5. Updated bank statements for Myanmar Kyat and USD
6. Company registration certificate
1. Have adequate experience in the related fields in which GGP is carried out.
2. Have no serious issues in auditing GGP in the past.