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WaterNet is a membership organisation. In summary WaterNet governance and financial management functions as follows:

  1. The WaterNet Trust consists of members who are represented in the annual general meeting (AGM); which is the overall governing body of WaterNet.
  2. Periodically the AGM elects the Board of Trustees in accordance with specific election procedures.  The WaterNet Board of Trustees is accountable to the AGM, as specified in the Deed of Trust.
  3. Supporting members are invited by the Board of Trustees to provide an advisory and consultative role as specified in the Deed of Trust.  The Board of Trustees and Supporting Members together constitute the Management Board.
  4. Basket funding from multiple donors provide the financial resources for WaterNet’s activities.  The WaterNet Trust (represented by the Board of Trustees) is accountable to the donors as specified in the grant agreements.
  5. The staff of WaterNet has an employer-employee relationship with the WaterNet Trust, governed by employment contracts.
  6. The Secretariat executes and coordinates WaterNet activities through the members.
  7. Supporting members provide advice and support to the members in terms of governance and within activities.
  8. The Board of Trustees appoints Accounting Firm to provide tax advisory services.  The firm is accountable to the Board of Trustees.
  9. The Secretariat in liaison with the Accounting Firm carries out financial management services.
  10. The Trust appoints an Audit Firm accountable to the Trust and the Trust in turn to the Cooperating Partners. 

Please see  "Reports and Strategies" under downloads for insight in the implementation.

 

Board of Trustees

NAME Affiliation  COUNTRY
Dr Lapologang Magole (Chairperson)

University of Botswana’s Okavango Research Institute 

Botswana
Prof Theresa Mkandawire Prof Mkandawire is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Dean of Engineering, University of Malawi, the Polytechnic. Malawi
Prof Firmino Mucavele International Centre of Water Economics and Governance in Africa Mozambique
Dr Benjamin Mapani University of Namibia Namibia
Prof Masengo Ilunga  University of South Africa (UNISA) South Africa
Dr Richard Kimwaga University of Dar es Salaam Tanzania
Prof Graham Jewitt University of Kwa-Zulu Natal South Africa
Ms Jennifer Muzamhindo Africa University Zimbabwe
Dr Hodson Makurira University of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 
Dr Jean-Marie Kileshye Onema (ex officio)  WaterNet Zimbabwe
Supporting Members
Prof Pieter van der Zaag  UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water education Netherlands
Mr Phera Ramoeli SADC Water Division Botswana
Mr Andrew Takawira Global Water Partnership Southern Africa South Africa
Dr Antje van Driel The Netherlands Embassy  Maputo
Eng Arno van Lieshout ITC, University of Twente Netherlands
Ms Joanna Fatch University of the Western Capech  South Africa

 

A WaterNet é uma organização de associação. Em resumo, as funções de governanção e gestão financeira da WaterNet são as seguintes:
1.    A WaterNet Trust é constituída por membros que estão representados na Assembleia Geral anual (com sigla em inglês AGM); que é o órgão geral da WaterNet.
2.    Periodicamente, a AGM elege o Conselho de Administração de acordo com procedimentos eleitorais específicos. O Conselho de Administração da WaterNet é responsável perante a AGM, conforme especificado na Escritura de Confiança.
3.    Os Membros de apoio são convidados pelo Conselho de Confiança para fornecer um papel consultivo e de Conselheiro, conforme especificado na Escritura de Confiança. O Conselho de Administração e os Membros de Apoio, juntos, constituem o Conselho de Administração.
4.    O Financiamento advindo de vários doadores fornece os recursos financeiros para as actividades da WaterNet. A WaterNet Trust (representado pelo Conselho de Confiança) é responsável perante os doadores, conforme especificado nos acordos de subvenção.
5.    O pessoal da WaterNet tem uma relação empregador-empregado com o WaterNet Trust, regido por contratos de trabalho.
6.    O Secretariado executa e coordena as actividades da WaterNet através dos Membros.
7.    Os Membros apoiadores fornecem aconselhamento e apoio aos membros em termos de governanção e dentro das atividades.
8.    O Conselho de Administração nomeia a Empresa de Contabilidade para prestar serviços de consultoria fiscal. A empresa é responsável perante o Conselho de Administração.
9.    O Secretariado em ligação com a Empresa de Contabilidade realiza serviços de gestão financeira.
10.    A Trust nomeia uma empresa de auditoria responsável perante o Trust e Trust, por sua vez, aos Parceiros de Cooperação.
Por favor, consulte "Relatórios e Estratégias" em downloads para obter informações sobre a implementação.


 

WaterNet est une organisation d'adhésion. En résumé, la gouvernance et la gestion financière de WaterNet fonctionnent comme suit: 

1. La fiducie WaterNet est composée de membres qui sont représentés à l'assemblée générale annuelle (AGA); qui est l'organe directeur général de WaterNet.
2. Périodiquement, l'AGA élit le Conseil d'administration selon des procédures d'élection spécifiques. Le Conseil d'administration de WaterNet est responsable devant l'AGA, tel que spécifié dans l'Acte de fiducie.
3. Les membres de soutien sont invités par le conseil d'administration afin de fournir des conseils d’expertise et des jouer des roles consultatifs tels que spécifiés dans l'acte de fiducie. Le conseil des fondateurs et les membres de soutien constituent le conseil d'administration.
4. Les activités de WaterNet sont financées  par plusieurs donateurs. Le WaterNet Trust (représenté par le Conseil d'administration) est responsable devant les donateurs, comme spécifié dans les accords de subvention. 
5. Le personnel de WaterNet a une relation employeur-employé avec WaterNet Trust, régie par des contrats de travail.
6. Le Secrétariat exécute et coordonne les activités de WaterNet à travers les membres.
7. Les membres de soutien fournissent des conseils et un soutien aux membres en termes de gouvernance et d'activités.
8. Le Conseil de fondation nomme un cabinet d'expertise comptable pour fournir des services de conseil fiscal. L'entreprise est responsable devant le conseil d'administration.

9. Le Secrétariat, en liaison avec le cabinet comptable, assure des services de gestion financière.
10. La Fiducie nomme un cabinet d'audit responsable devant la Fiducie et la Fiducie, à tour de rôle, auprès des partenaires coopérants.


S'il vous plaît voir "Rapports et stratégies" sous téléchargements pour un aperçu de la mise en œuvre.
 

 

Board of Trustees

NAME Affiliation  COUNTRY
Dr Lapologang Magole (Chairperson)

University of Botswana’s Okavango Research Institute 

Botswana
Prof Theresa Mkandawire Prof Mkandawire is an Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Dean of Engineering, University of Malawi, the Polytechnic. Malawi
Prof Firmino Mucavele International Centre of Water Economics and Governance in Africa Mozambique
Dr Benjamin Mapani University of Namibia Namibia
Prof Masengo Ilunga  University of South Africa (UNISA) South Africa
Dr Richard Kimwaga University of Dar es Salaam Tanzania
Prof Graham Jewitt University of Kwa-Zulu Natal South Africa
Ms Jennifer Muzamhindo Africa University Zimbabwe
Dr Hodson Makurira University of Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 
Dr Jean-Marie Kileshye Onema (ex officio)  WaterNet Zimbabwe
Supporting Members
Prof Pieter van der Zaag  UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water education Netherlands
Mr Phera Ramoeli SADC Water Division Botswana
Mr Andrew Takawira Global Water Partnership Southern Africa South Africa
Dr Antje van Driel The Netherlands Embassy  Maputo
Eng Arno van Lieshout ITC, University of Twente Netherlands
Ms Joanna Fatch University of the Western Capech  South Africa