Practical accounting for eye programmes: an introduction

Philippin, Heiko; Hess, Richard
January 2014
Canadian Horse Annual;2014, p48
The article focuses on the financial management of British eye care programmes. It presents definitions of several terms related to accounting including cost centres, which include the outpatient department, outreach department and operating theatre, ledger book and double entry. It also mentions accounting issues related to donor-funded projects including reporting funds separately and dealing with different currencies accurately.


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