• Set Up of the The mutual structure control evaluation with Country Member State (Committee Ad’Hoc) is at the heart of the implementation of the parties working procedures which serves as guidelines in areas where compliance, transparency and hands-on is required. It assesses compliance with the general principles of the mutual structure control, reference criteria for the procedures and the degree of orientation of the tasks.

  • The set of policies and procedures implemented by the management of an entity to ensure, to the extent possible, the rigorous and effective management of the activities. These procedures require the application of management policies, safeguarding assets, preventing and detecting irregularities and inaccuracies, accuracy and completeness of the information exchanged in due course. Such information includes aspects of both financial and technical of each projects. A good knowledge of interdepartmental or interregional procedures is required and essential and includes in particular .

  • The overall mutual structure control environment is a set of behaviours, awareness and actions in Management on the system of mutual structure control and its importance within the corporate entity.

  • Control Procedures that designate the policies and procedures defined within the Management Board to achieve specific objectives ;

  • An organizational system suited to the country's need ( referring to projects supported) and characterized by a matching of tasks and functions and the existence of an organizational chart specifying the power and responsibilities of each of the administrative staff.

  • The establishment of a supervision system to ensure compliance with the objectives defined at the management board and avoid unexpected major commitments.

  • Implementation of an appropriate project management system, an essential tool to meet the obligations bodies and contribute to decision making.

  • High-quality personnel whose character and attachment to the country's development is the core values.

  • ​​To be able to take the responsibility of accredited activities, the "network leader" must have the technical competence and resources necessary to ensure complete control of field operations.