ABOUT THE WFWO
Core Team Structures Process
The WFWO developed at country level an advocacies networks in different countries representatives around world to implements its mission, the networks is composed by: Resource Mobilizations Team, Goodwill Ambassador for Development (ADN), Friends of WFWO networks, including NGOs and CBOs partners, this partnership composed of all key stakeholders in a country’s where they play an catalytic roles to promote and support the WFWO’s activities and programs as per WFWO’s Terms and Conditions Guidelines.
The WFWO Country Representatives Networks (CRN) does not handle administration or financing matter itself, but is responsible to act on behalf of the WFWO on public awareness focusing on WFWO’s activities and MDGs and to select program to be submitted as proposals to the WFWO in the respective countries. The WFWCRN should preferably be an already-existing body or individual, but a country can instead decide to create a new entity to serve as WFWCRN partner, if is necessary.
The WFWO Executive Secretariat (ES) manages administration services, resource human, the grant portfolio, including screening proposals submitted, issuing instructions to disburse money to grant recipients and implementing performance-based funding of grants. More generally, the Executive Secretariat is tasked with executing Executive Board policies, resource mobilization, providing strategic plan and policy, financial, legal and administrative, communications and public affairs support and overseeing monitoring and evaluation. It is based in Rome and has no staff located outside its headquarters (see WFWO’s chart).
The WFWO Technical Review Panel Team (TRPT) is an independent group of international experts on global development issues and cross-cutting issues such as sustainable development programs focusing on food security, heath, education, drinking clean water, environments ect. It meets regularly to review proposals based on technical criteria and provide funding recommendations to the Executive Board Directors (EBD).
The WFWO’s Executive Board Directors is composed of representatives from of donor and recipient, civil society, Academic personalities, financial institutions, Advocacy representatives, the private sector (including businesses and foundations), program participants communities living with and affected by the poverty in developing countries.
The WFWO has other Committees, including: the Executive Board Directors, is responsible for the organization’s governance, including establishing strategies and policies, making funding decisions and setting budgets. The Executive Board also works to advocate and mobilize resources for the organization.
The WFWO EBD signs a legal grant agreement with the all recipients and applicants who they fill the WFWO procedures and policy, which is approved and recommended by the Executive Board Directors of Resource Mobilizations Team (EBDRMT).
The EBDRMT members as trustee manages of the funds provided to support the WFWO programs, which includes making payments to recipients at the instruction of the Executive Secretariat. The EBDRMT trustee is choose from international financial in institution or bank partner selected by EBDRMT.