Social Programs Foundation (SPF)

Organization Future Prosperity House (OFPH)

Legal Protection Institute (LPI)

 

Kakheti Regional Development Foundation (KRDF)

LAG Consortium Governance Structure

The LAG Consortium’s governance structure is based on a standard NGO setup in accordance with the Georgian legislation. The initial Board is comprised of the heads of the four founding member NGOs and four former senior national NRC staff and is acting as the supreme norm- and strategy-setting body of the Consortium. Depending on the scope of the works vested in the Consortium, the Board created an executive unit / secretariat which is mandated to ensure day-to-day operations in accordance with the statute, policies, strategies and accepted external commitments / received grants. The Board retains the authority to decide on policy issues, developments and strategic priorities of the LAG Consortium and to approve (or not) the performance of the executive unit / secretariat. The LAG Consortium’s Chairman, who is appointed by the Board, is responsible to staff and manage the secretariat based on the needs and scope of work determined through received grants.

 

LAG Consortium Board consists of Heads of 4 NGOs + 4 former NRC staff, all pro bono and performs:

  • Policy setting
  • Strategic planning
  • Statutory decisions
  • Annual plan and budget approvals
  • Appointment of the Chairman

 

Executive unit / secretariat is headed by the Chairman and performs:

  • Day to day project management
  • Internal structures decisions (staffing, resourcing)
  • Project accountability (M&E, reporting etc.)
  • External relations (fundraising, networking, advocacy)
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We Partner with:

United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF)

United Nations Democracy Fund

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration
Action Against Hunger              

Housing Initiative for                        

Eastern Europe 

EU Delegation in Georgia               
Save the Children International
Danish Refugee Council           


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