Executive

Objectives for 2000-2002

  • Increasing the participation of professional associations in Commonwealth countries, especially developing countries
  • Increasing the relevance of CCEAM's programmes to national associations in Commonwealth countries, especially developing countries
  • Ensuring equitable contributions from member associations
  • Ensuring equitable participation in the governance of CCEAM and in the management of its programmes
  • Ensuring equitable delivery of CCEAM's programmes to member associations.
  • Participation in CHOGM

Outcome Indicators

  • Annual Evaluations from Programmes
  • Qualitative and quantitative data regarding contributions
  • Qualitative and quantitative data regarding participation in governance and programmes
  • Qualitative and quantitative data regarding delivery

 

Stakeholders - Policy governors & Others

  • CCEAM Board
  • Commonwealth Foundation
  • External Funding Agencies

 

Clients - Direct recipients of services

  • Financial Members of CCEAM

 

Content - Nature of the service provided

  • Implementation of the Strategic Plan, 2000-2002

 

Delivery - How the service is provided

  • Programme governance
  • Marketing

 

Management

President: Jo Howse, President CCEAM, New Zealand
Secretariat: Patricia Sallis, Business Manager, CCEAM

Members

Petros Pashiardis, Executive Vice President CCEAM, Cyprus
Toby Curtis, Vice President CCEAM, New Zealand
Oriel Kelly, CCEAM Board Member, New Zealand
Carol Cardno, CCEAM Board Member, New Zealand
Peter Hodge, Vice President CCEAM, Australia
Maureen Yard, CCEAM Board Member, West Indies