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Management of CAMPE

The CAMPE Council (the Executive Board) is accountable to the General Body who is the key constituency member and most important supportive stakeholders. They report to the General Body in Annual General Meeting in compliance with the Societies Registration Act 1860. The Council provides with strategic guideline to the CAMPE Management. The Executive Director is the CEO of CAMPE. A ten members Management Team consisting of Executive Director, Director, Deputy Director, Program Managers and representatives from Senior Deputy Program Managers and Deputy Program Managers takes major decisions relating to regular operations and management. CAMPE implements its programs through 70 secretariat staff, more than 1,300 partner organizations and groups including Teachers’ Associations, National NGOs & Community Based Organizations across the country.

The Council meets at least 3 times a year and the General Body meets once a year in the AGM.

  • In case any changes are required to be made in the constitution EGM needs to take place with prior notice along with proposed changes.
  • Activity Plan and Budget for each year needs to be approved by the Council.
  • The annual activity report needs to be authorized by the General Body.
  • Auditor’s appointment is also the business of the General Body. It could be worthwhile to mention here that the Auditor of CAMPE needs to be a Chartered Accountancy Farm enlisted with NGO Affairs Bureau (The Regulatory Body) and Development Partners, if required.
  • Moreover, CAMPE has appointed Auditors who are affiliated with international Chartered Accountancy Farm for last 10 years and every 3 year the General Body recommend changing the Audit Farm for more transparency.

There are number of Council sub-committee, who carried out in-depth review specific issues as decided by the CAMPE Council and facilitate the council decisions that included (i) strategic planning, (ii) membership of the coalition, (iii) salary review and staff placement, (iv) financial review, (v) internal audit by board members on selected projects, (vii) education sector policies review,  among others.