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For a better management and trustworthiness, PHILANTHROPIC PROJECT INTERNATIONAL (PPI) is governed by five (5) organs: the General Assembly; the Governing Body; the Executive Board; the Auditorship; and the Advisory Council.


The General Assembly of PPI is the supreme authority of the organization. It is composed of all the members (founders, active members, honorary members and sympathizers) of the latter. The General Assembly decides upon the strategic guidelines of the organization; elects or appoints the representatives of the organs of the organization; appraises narrative and financial reports of the previous year; decides upon the action plan and the budget of the forthcoming year; and assesses, amends and adopts the Constitution and the Internal Rules and Regulations.


Enforcing the resolutions of the General Assembly, the Governing Body is the last resort reference in such fields as administration, coordination, direction and management of PHILANTHROPIC PROJECT INTERNATIONAL. The Governing Body is composed of a President, a Treasurer, a Secretary, and an assistant  to the Secretary. The Governing Body is charged with drafting and amending the Constitution and the Internal Rules and Regulations; drafting action plans, narrative and financial reports; and guarantying the execution of the development projects and programs.


Under the authority of the Governing Body, the Executive Board is the organ that is responsible of conducting the daily managerial operations of PHILANTHROPIC PROJECT INTERNATIONAL. The Executive Board is in charge of executing the development projects and programs; drafting managerial and functioning reports. It also drafts, annually, the program plans and budget. Finally, it shall work out accounts, inventories, financial statements as well as the year-end reports.


The Auditorship is the organ in charge of checking the sincerity and regularity of accounting entries, balance sheet and statement of accounts. The books kept by the Treasurer or the Accounting and Finance Officer are subject to annual checking by auditors. The latter shall submit written reports about their checking operations to the General Assembly.


The last, but not the least, is the Advisory Council, the organ of control, consultation and counsel of the organization. It is composed of experts and consultants of the different fields of intervention and management relating to the objectives of the organization. It examines amendment proposals of the Constitution and the Internal Rules and Regulations and provides guidelines for the drafting of Staff Regulations, Code of Conduct, Manual of Administrative, Accounting and Financial Procedures, etc. It also advises and monitors the Executive Board for the achievement of the objectives of the organization.