8.0 ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
Since the successful implementation of this Corporate Plan is dependent on the systems, processes and personnel in place, the Council will adopt an organizational structure that promotes efficiency by eradicating duplicity and overlaps. The Organisational Structure is summarized in the following diagrams:
8.1 Regional structure
To enhance her grassroots reach, the Council from 1996 devolved by establishing nine regions, each with a number of districts (now counties). Each region would have a Secretariat team to support the Regional Committee and the Regional Conference. The same Secretariat would support the County Coordinating Committees within their region.
The Organisational Structure of a Region is summarized in the figure below:
The Regions and Counties they cover are as shown in the Map below:
8.2 Organisational Structure
The Organogram below shows the Organisational Structure of the Council: