|Basic Accounting for Credit and Savings Schemes (Oxfam, 1996, 96 p.)|
Basic Accounting for Small Groups
The success of any venture, whatever its size, depends on proper financial control. This book offers a step-by-step guide to basic accounting and financial management techniques. It is written in plain language for people who have no previous experience of accounting and bookkeeping. Using simple case studies, the author shows how to construct a budget and a cashflow forecast, record and control cash payments, draw up an analysed cash book, and a receipts and payments account, operate a bank account, and prepare a budget and actual statement.
John Cammack worked for seven years as the head of Oxfam's Overseas Finance Department. But the procedures that he describes are not specific to Oxfam, or even to development projects. This book should be useful to any small group that needs to keep accurate records of its financial transactions.
ISBN 0 85598148 2 £5.95
The Financial Management of a Small Handicraft Business Edward Millard
This short book deals with the basic financial concepts involved in the effective planning of day-to-day operations. It aims to assist small businesses to plan working capital requirements and achieve profitability.
Edward Millard worked for many years as a trainer and marketing manager with Oxfam Trading.
ISBN 0 85598 082 6
Income Generation Schemes for the Urban Poor Donnacadh Huriey
This book examines the reasons for the failure or success of income generation schemes, and stresses the need to be more aware of the harsh economic realities. Special attention is given to the problems faced by poor urban women. The relationship between social and economic development is discussed, and income generation is considered in the context of other strategies for poverty alleviation. The book stresses the need for a marketoriented approach and gives practical advice on developing effective business methods and organization.
ISBN 0 85598 102 4
Women and Economic Policy Barbara Evers (editor)
This book in the Focus on Gender series is structured around two main themes. macro-economic policy and gender relations; and income generation projects and empowerment. It contains a series of articles looking at many aspects of women's lives, the effects of economic policies, and how women are adapting and organising to enable their families and communities to survive.
ISBN 0 85598 260 8
Gender considerations in Economic Enterprises Eugenia Piza-Lopez and Candida March (editors)
This account of a 1990 workshop discusses the diverse approaches to working with women on income-generation projects in Asia.
ISBN 0 85598 189