The IACO Governance structure has been established to ensure the transparency and independence of IACO’s strategy and activities and explain the relations between the bodies to our core stakeholder and donors.
The Governance structure consists of the following bodies:
- Sector Ambassadors
- The IACO Steering Group
- The IACO Secretariat
- Core Programme Boards
- Independent Funding Committees
- The Programme Management groups
They represent the Private Sector among the IACO Members by section (Water & Sanitation, Nutrition,...) and consult the Secretariat about the cooperation possibilities in accordance to IACO scopes. They also serve the other Members related to their area providing guidance and representation in IACO.
The purpose of the IACO Steering Group to provide through independent experts in different fields a strategic oversight of IACO’s positioning, governance and strategic direction for the welfare of the stakeholder community.
The IACO Secretariat work with the Sector Ambassadors and the Steering Group in developing and delivering the IACO Strategy.
The Founding Committes are represented by individuals or corporate that provide independent asset for implementing IACO programmes. Members of the Founding Committes are expected to conduct their duties in respect of IACO Principles of Partnership.
Programs Management Group
The Management Group are put in place by IACO for every project implemented under the programs. These groups joins several individuals and organizations both internal and external for the IACO projects implementation.