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NCCM Structure (1989 - 2008)

The Council

The Council consisted of the Prime Minister as a Chairperson and the Ministers of Social Affairs, Health, Culture, Education, Labor Force and Training, Planning, Information, and Youth and Sports, as well as a maximum of three public figures who were to be experienced, skilled and concerned with the affairs of childhood and motherhood.

The Technical Advisory Committee

The Technical Advisory Committee acted as the policy making body of the NCCM. It was chaired by the First Lady of Egypt, Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak and had for members public personalities, not exceeding 20, who were public figures in community service, and who enjoyed expertise and competence in childhood and motherhood affairs. A decree on the composition of the Committee was issued by the Chairman, valid for a period of three years which was renewable. The Committee assisted in preparing public policies and drawing-up comprehensive national plans for childhood and motherhood.

The Secretary General

The Secretary General managed the daily affairs of the council, reviewed all activities and research studies submitted to the Council or to the Advisory Committee, reviewed Progress reports in the field of childhood and motherhood and followed up the implementation.

The Secretary General represented the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood in its relations with third parties and in courts. He/She had the responsibilities and tasks of a minister with regards to the council, its supporting bodies and personnel, in accordance to the presidential decree number 273 of 1989.

The Technical Secretariat

The Technical Secretariat was chaired by the Secretary General and was assisted , in addition to the Technical Bureau, by three main sectors, the Information, Planning and monitoring, financial and administrative sectors, as well as the Development and Gender Unit .

The Technical Secretariat examined and prepared the relevant studies and topics to be submitted to the Technical Advisory Committee for decision making. It also followed up the implementation of the Technical Advisory committee decrees, and the decisions of the Council regarding administrative or technical activities.



 
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