CCM NIGERIA COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE
The CCM Nigeria is composed of multi-sectoral, with individual members elected or nominated to represent four broadly balanced constituencies and essential sub-constituencies as described below. Any organization that is legally registered to operate in Nigeria as part of one of the constituencies described below is eligible to elect or appoint an individual representative for consideration as a member of the CCM Nigeria.
Composition of the CCM Nigeria
The CCM Nigeria is composed of multi-sectoral, with individual members elected or nominated to represent four broadly balanced constituencies and essential sub-constituencies as described below:
Federal Government and state
and/or local government
National Civil Society
Organizations & Key Populations
Multilateral and bilateral
Specific interest groups
Federal Ministries, National Agencies,
Legislative Bodies, other Public Sector
Organizations ensuring collaborative
linkages to/between states and local
governments, selected with an eye to strong
linkages to health policy, financial
investment and sustainability, and removal
of bureaucratic bottlenecks
Selected from nationally representative,
registered, non-governmental civil society
with or representing people living with or
affected by HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria,
and/or key populations as described by the
National Disease Programs.
Two multilateral and one bilateral
development partners/donors selected among those in Nigeria engaged in the HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria disease strategies and programmes or ancillary strengthening of health systems.
Selected among specific interest groups contributing to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis
and Malaria disease strategies and programmes or cross-cutting thematic areas including Non- Faith-Based Organizations, Community-Based Organizations, Academia, associations or NGOs
representing youth and women, associations and organizations representing commercial sector enterprises,
In order to better carry out its functions, the CCM Nigeria constituted four committees for which members where selected based on their core competencies and alignment with the core mandates of the constituencies they represent: The CCM Executive Committee; The Resource Mobilization Committee; The Oversight Committee; The Governance & Ethics Committee. The CCM Chair automatically serve as Chair of the CCM Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee oversees and facilitate the day-to-day work of the CCM, its committees and Secretariat, with a view to enabling the CCM to function as an efficient and effective high-level board. The CCM Executive Committee shall be composed of the CCM Chair, the ViceChair, and the Chairs of the Resource Mobilization Committee, Oversight Committee, and Governance & Ethics Committee.
Dr. Osagie Ehanire
Mr Ayo Ipinmoye
Dr. Akinwumi Fajola
Walter Kazadi Mulombo
Funmi D. Adesanya
Resource Mobilization Committee
Programme development and resource mobilization is a responsibility of the entire CCM Nigeria, and all CCM members shall participate in the programme development and resource mobilization process and activities. The Resource Mobilization Committee leads the programme development and resource mobilization activities of the Global Fund grants in Nigeria.
The Oversight Committee leads the CCM’s oversight role with a focus on achieving the intended programmatic targets for Global Fund grants in Nigeria. The Oversight Committee engages relevant stakeholders and a diversity of expertise to carry out this role. The Oversight Committee is composed of at least four CCM members, each representing one of the four broad constituencies
Governance & Ethics Committee
The Governance and Ethics Committee is established by the CCM Nigeria to oversee and ensure the alignment of CCM Nigeria with global governance arrangements and ethical standards. The Committee is composed of at least four CCM members, each representing one of the four broad constituencies.