CANTAM UNION EUROPEENNE

General structure - Organogram



The Parties agree that FCRM is the lead institution for the Project.
The organisational structure of the Consortium includes the following Bodies:

The Steering Committee
Governing and decision-making body and is responsible for the sustainability strategy, as well as financial decisions
The Advisory Board
Provide advice to the steering committee, evaluating the progress and provide recommendations for implementation, advocacy and exploitation
The Project Management Team
consist of the Project Coordinator, 2 Project Managers (one in the Republic of Congo and one in Cameroon) and a Communication Officer based in Brazzaville.
Ensure the smooth running of the day-to-day implementation of the project.
The Project Management Team
consist of the Project Coordinator, 2 Project Managers (one in the Republic of Congo and one in Cameroon) and a Communication Officer based in Brazzaville.
Ensure the smooth running of the day-to-day implementation of the project.
The Project Coordinator (Prof. Ntoumi, FCRM)
Ensures the overall functioning of the network
Deputy Project Coordinator (DPC):
Coordinate the implementation of all tasks aligned to all the institutions In their respective country / area and give feedback to the Coordination team
The Project Managers (PM)
Facilitate the implementation of administrative tasks necessary for the execution of activities within each workpackage.
They provide regular updates of project execution that can potentially be used for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and development of a communication strategy.
Communication Officer (CO)
Develop CANTAM’s communication strategy with different target audiences, including patients, stakeholders, funders/investors, suppliers and the community.
Financial Officer (FO)
Ensure financial management in accordance with the donors' guidelines within the network

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