The BoD of REPERID is the supreme organ of the organization. It adopts and sets major guidelines for the organization’s vision and objectives. The BoD also approves the budget and projects as well as applications for membership and recruitment.
The BoD seats twice a year in ordinary session, in May and November. An Extraordinary BoD meeting may be convened by the Chairperson or on his directives, by the Coordinator.
Following an extraordinary General meeting that took place in November 2012, the Constitution was revised and the number of Board members was increased from 5 to 7.
The BoD is made up of 7 members: A Chair person, An Adviser, The Coordinator of REPERID (Member), The Administrator of REPERID (Secretary of the BoD) and three other members of the organization designated by the General Meeting-GM.
Members of the BoD are:
1. Chair person– Mr. Ngerema Clement M.
2. Adviser– Mr. Ambe Demian S.
3. Coodinator of REPERID– Mr. Mbuagbaw Peter
4. Secretary of the BoD– Mr. Buh Joseph
5. Member– Dr. Doreen MC GOUGH
6. Member– Mme Quinta Fri Kweti
7. Member– Mr. Akum Henry A.
REPERID is run by a seven man executive bureau. Pursuant to the Extra Ordinary general Assembly Meeting that took place in Bamenda on the 10th day of November 2012,
The following persons were elected to pilot the affairs of the association for the two years:
Mr CLEMENT NGEREMA M.
MBUAGBAW E. PETER
BIAME BUH JOSEPH
THE FINANCE OFFICER
FRI QUINTA KWETI
THE INFORMATION AND PROGRAMMES OFFICER
BARRISTER AKUM HENRY AGIME
THE REPRESENTATIVE OF RESEARCH COMMISSIONS
Dr Doreen Mcgough
JUSTICE AMBE DAMIEN
REPERID sets to identify persons with competences that can be resourceful in our activities. That is why REPERID hopes to build a database of resource persons in its various areas of interest who may be called from time to time for a per diem, to render a service in a component in any of our activities.
Mr KENNETH M. MOBIT
Mr Enow Macdara S.
Volunteerism is a culture which we seek
1.) What is volunteerism?
Volunteer and Volunteerism are common terms that we are all familiar with. A definition is not quite so easy to reach so I ask each of you
– what is the first thing that comes to you mind when you here the word ‘volunteer’?
Result is that…
Volunteerism encompasses a number of concepts. You reasons for volunteering may impact on your definition.
2.) Who volunteers?
Which individuals do you think can volunteer?
Result is that…
A good organisation would seek a diverse volunteer force – this is why REPERID has recently established a diversity policy AND why we will be looking for volunteers, not only at workshops like this, but also through Universities and colleges, web portals and community groups.
Of course, who will volunteer will depend on the needs of the organization but there are opportunities to fit every individual and meet ever interest/need.
3.) How does one volunteer?
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