Organizational Structure

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Organizational Structure

The General Assembly is the highest body in the hierarchy of the organisation. Currently the organisation is comprised of 49 members representing diverse ethnicity, gender, geographical regions and walks of life.  The General Assembly brings any amendment in the organisational structure. The General Assembly, which meets each year, also elects the Executive Committee for a period of four years. Presently the Executive Committee is consisting of eight members (5 female and 3 male presently). The Executive Committee is responsible and accountable to General Body for its work and organisational management. This is the body accountable for effective smooth functioning of the organisational activities. The Executive Committee also nominates the Executive Director of the organisation to perform the management functions, guide the staff members and link with donors for partnership. The senior staffs work under the direct supervision of the Executive Director; Project Officers lead the projects in consultation of Executive Director and Programme Coordinators.

The organisational structure is given below.


Accountability
The Executive Committee is accountable to the General Assembly for effective management of the organisation, programme as well as for the proper utilisation of funds provided by the different sources.  Similarly, the Executive Committee members monitor the programme/project and activities of Finance Unit for ensuring the high-quality accounting.

Organisational Transparency
SAHAS-Nepal is open to its funding partners, and other stakeholder, and provides all types of information considering the requirement. More importantly, it is very much open to the participants/beneficiaries especially about information such as project fund, working approaches and project activities. The organisation is in close contact with the relevant institutions and line agencies and providing all necessary information to the authorities at all levels.

Our Team

Executive Committee and Members

  • Dr. Pratap Kumar Shrestha
  • Ms. Bal Kumari Gurung
  • Ms. Sarashwati Shrestha
  • Dr. Surendra K. Shrestha
  • Mr. Sunil Shakya
  • Ms. Sudha Khadka
  • Mr. Sunil Thapa
  • Ms. Sati Devi Shrestha

Kathmandu Staff Members

Okhaldunga District: Local Initiative for Food Security Transformation (LIFT), Trail bridge project, Poverty Alleviation Fund, Scholarship, Nutrition & Food Security Improvement, Home Garden Project, Rebuilding Education After Earthquake (REEP) Project

Udayapur District: Local Initiative for Food Security Transformation (LIFT)

Lalitpur District: Local Initiative for Food Security Transformation (LIFT)

Gorkha, Tanahun and Dhading District: Enhancing Livelihoods through Local Efforts ( ELLEP), SHO Livelihood and Shelter Project and Reconstruction of houses in Dalit Community-Gorkha

Rasuwa District:Sustainable Agriculture for Livelihood Security(SALS) Project and Building Better Lives-Rebuilding Livelihood (BBL) Project

Rautahat District: Socio Economic Empowerment with Dignity and Sustainability (SEEDS)

Makwanpur District: Socio Economic Empowerment with Dignity and Sustainability (SEEDS)

Dailekh District: Eco-Development Initiatives and Agro-Biodiversity for Livelihood Security (EDILIS) Project

Mugu District: Community Empowerment for Food and Livelihood Security (CEFALS)

Kalikot District: Community Empowerment for Food and Livelihood Security Programme (CEFALS)

Bajura District: Community Empowerment for Food and Livelihhood Security (CEFALS)

Siraha and Sindhuli District: Home Garden Project