The Executive Board, which serves as the implementing body of SUFOD’s projects and programs, is made up of the Executive Director, Director of Program, Accounts/Financial Administrator and Project Officers as well as village agents.
SUFOD currently has a total of five staff in the office; two males and three females. All staffs are working on voluntary basis with monthly stipends, based on the availability of funds.
As the head of the organization, the executive director enters into contracts and partnerships with other organization on behalf of SUFOD, and is directly responsible for the day-to- day administration of the organization. She serves as the secretary for the Board of Directors during board meetings and provides updates to board members on any developments within the organization.
- Women empowerment and livelihood through Village Savings and Loans Association (VSLA)
- Climate Change and Environment
- Capacity Building workshops and Skills Development
- Support to Women Farmers
- Support to Orphans at Health Centres
- Disable Children and Orphans.
- Inclusive Value Chain: To represent all women and girls in our catchment areas.
- Sustainability: To focus on strategies and solutions that supports the well-being of our people.
- Confidence: To respect the confidence of members and its partners
- Consciousness: Being conscious will ensure recognition of each other’s strengths and weakness and develop mutual understanding and love for one another.
- Humility: With humility comes sensitivity, tolerance which will ensure that people’s opinions are respected. For one to express non-judgment towards other people but to ensure their well been.
- We exist to strengthen women and youth groups to demand their rights at all levels of society
- To contribute in improving girls, orphans and disability education.
- Advocate for children to be sent to school and with more emphasis on girls and retention.
- Ensuring equitable benefits for all especially rural women.
- We promise to promote sustainable wellbeing by enhancing economic activities of women at the community levels through economic empowerment programs and farming being a business.
- To mobilize community women and their groups to challenge all forms of discrimination against girls and women at the community level.