Network AID advocates for a healthy, safe, inclusive, and corrupt-free society where the right of women and girls, youths, persons with disabilities and deprived children are recognized, respected, and identity protected.
Network AID operates a diverse, well organized, and coordinated structure (Governance, Management,
Administration/Programmes) that contribute to local, national, regional, and international agenda.
Our Barristers and Solicitors are great personalities at law that provides services to the organisation and her constituents through advise and representation when the need arises.
Samuel Pessima Esq
Barrister & Solicitor-at-Law
The Global Technical Advisory Team is non administrative, comprises of well experience and imminent personalities on their own right. Located across the globe, serves as moral guarantor, provide strategic technical direction, attend strategic partners and donors meeting and conference. Advise the organisation through the Chief Country Coordinator, Assist the Chief Country Coordinator secure funding.
Alfred Alpha Koroma
Glbobal Goodwill Ambassador
Technical Advisory Team constitute imminent personalities outside the administration of the organization that serves as moral guarantor, charge with the primary responsibilities to uphold the principles, philosophy, and policies of the organization; advise on the annual strategic direction, budget, programs, and plans of the organization; Assist Country Coordinators to secure funding and attend strategic partners and donor meetings of the organization.
Advisory Team Chairperson
The Chief Country Coordinator key role include representing the organization at regional and international level; lead technical oversight, support in coordination with country coordinators, global goodwill ambassadors, global technical advisory team; develop and maintain appropriate relationships with relevant constituent, partners, networks, corporate institutions, regional blocs, The AU, UN and its agencies, bilateral and multilateral instituions, foundation, government and (I)NGOs. provide overall strategic leadership and guidance to the organisation.
The Country Coordinator role include among others is to provide strategic leadership in coordinating, implementing manageing country programmes with support from the technical advisory board; develop and maintain appropriate relationships with relevant constituent (INGOs, Donors, and Partners)...