District and Sub County Non Governmental Organisations Monitoring Committees
These are established at district and sub-county level respectively and are supervised by branch offices of the Bureau.
- District Non Governmental Organisations Monitoring Committees.
- They are created in each district.
- They are comprised of
-the chief administrative officer
-the district Community Development Officer
– the District Health Officer
– the District Internal Security Officer
-the NGOs representative in the District
-the District Education Officer
-the Secretary for Gender and Community Services
- Their functions are to
- Consider applications for registration by CBOs
- Keep and update the register of CBOs
- Monitor and supervise SNMCs
- To recommend organizations to the Bureau for registration
- Advise district councils on matters of registration and monitoring of NGOs.
- Monitor and provide information to the bureau on activities and performance of NGOs with in the district.
- To guide and monitor CBOs in the provision of their services.
- To implement policy guidelines for CBOs.
- Community Based Organisations (CBOs) are all required to be registered with the DNMCs s. 20(5).
- Sub County Non Governmental Organisations Monitoring Committees
- They are created at every sub county
- Comprised of;
-senior assistant secretary who is the chairperson of the committee
-the Sub County Community Development Officer
– the Sub County Health Inspector
– the Gombolola Internal Security Officer
-the NGOs representative in the Sub County
- Their functions are to;-
- Recommend CBOs to DNMCs for Registration.
- Advise DNMCs on matters of NGOs and CBOs in the Sub County.
- To provide CBOs in the Sub County with guidelines to enable them effectively participate in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmes.
- To monitor and provide information to DNMCs on the activities of NGOs with in the Sub County.
- To report to DNMCs on the activities of Organisations within the sub county.