General Assembly: The General Assembly is the supreme organ in the Organization with mandate to modify, amendment status, internal rules and regulations and other official documents, approve, elect, and dismiss the members of decisional organs, provide strategic orientations, plans, and strategies and resolves any issues raised by member’s organs.
Executive Committee: This organ is responsible for daily implementation of decisions taken by the General Assembly, the management of the organization resources, recruitment of staff, provide relevant advice to the managerial and technical teams, report to General Assembly, and coordination of all strategic actions implementations. In addition, it has mandate to ensure effective and efficient management of PAX PRESS’s heritage and resources.
Internal audit committee: The internal audit committee provides oversight on financial reporting process, the audit process, the organization’s system of internal controls, and compliance with laws and regulations. In addition, it provides input and approve the written charter for the internal audit function, including periodic review and updating.
Conflict Resolution Committee: The role of the Conflict Resolution Committee is to provide education and awareness on conflict resolution, as a non-binding, and voluntary mediation process for resolving disputes involving members, staff and third parties. It maintains a comprehensive system of formal and informal dispute resolution procedures for both parties in conflict. In addition, the goal of conflict resolution is not to decide which person is right or wrong; the goal is to reach a solution that everyone can live with.
National Coordination Secretariat: The National Coordination Secretariat coordinates the work of the entire organization. It makes time-sensitive decisions through face-to-face board meetings and acts on matters regarding the Secretariat’s roles and responsibilities.
The National Coordination provides high-level administrative support and assistance to the National Coordinator and/or other assigned leadership staff. It also Performs clerical and administrative tasks including drafting proposal, reports, administrative letters, memos, invoices, reports, and other documents for senior staff.
The National Coordination organ facilitates the functionalities of PAX PRESS through decisional Organs, enchances partnership with stakeholders; techncial and financial partners, and maintains and facilitates good relationship between PAXPRESS members and the leadership.
The Coordination organ is under National Coordinator, a professional who is responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of a organization by following a set of policies and guidelines. The coordinator collaborate with board members to ensure the overall quality of the facility and maintain inventory levels for all components and parts with the support of Staff of PAX PRESS.