Authority Notifies CSOs to Register Assets

December 11 , 2021


Authority Notifies CSOs to Register Assets

The Ethiopian Authority for Civil Society Organisations has compelled all civil society organisations (CSOs) to register their properties by the beginning of January 2022. The organisations are expected to present a copy of their registered properties in accordance with forms distributed by the Authority. According to the forms, the organisations are to report fixed assets, and vehicles that are in ownership or have been transferred. "This registration will help for follow-up purposes and cross-checking that all the properties are used for the intended purpose," reads a statement the Authority issued. There are more than 3,500 CSOs registered in Ethiopia


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