The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) recommended by the BOD and appointed by the Government, heads the management team of the Fund. The management team led by the CEO and supported by senior executive team reports to the BOD and is responsible for managing the day to day affairs and operations of the Fund.
The CEO is supported by four key departments namely Projects and Operations (P& OG), Quality Assurance Group (QAG), Financial Management Group (FMG), Support Services Group (SSG).
The four key departments have the following tasks to undertake:
Projects and Operations (P & OG): The unit will focus on the core business areas of the Fund including Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), preparedness (early warning, contingency planning), early recovery and Disaster Risk Financing (DRF). It will carry the core responsibility of establishing and financing partnerships, technical review of investments to be made by the Fund and relationship management with recipient organizations. The selection of FIPs would be undertaken by transparent Eligibility Criteria.
Quality Assurance Group (QAG): This unit will look after monitoring and evaluation, management information systems, safeguards, and gender functions.
Financial Management Group (FMG): This team will manage finance, accounts and treasury function of the Fund.
Support Services (SSG): The unit will support human resources management, administration, procurement, media and communication and legal activities of the Fund, apart from housing the information technology backbone of the Fund.