Tanzania Forest Fund Administration Structure
Board of Trustees: is responsible for policy making and supervision of functioning of Tanzania Forest Fund. It also approves funding of projects and submission of the Fund annual report to the Minister. Board of trustees will track the progress of the Fund and evaluate the results against agreed target using M&E system.
Administrative Secretary: is the head of the Tanzania Forest Fund Secretariat with the role of supervising day to day administrative, financing and personnel matters of the Fund. He is obliged to ensure that all Fund activities are based on Tanzania Forest Fund priorities. Also, ensures interventions and activities based on strategic objectives.
(i) To initiate income generating programmes and/or projects for Tanzania Forest Fund
(ii) To appraise project funding applications from different stakeholder
(iii) To ensure that projects are implemented according to standards
(iv) To ensure appropriate use of funds for such projects.
(v) To prepare three year and annual plans of the section
(vi) To set standards for project implementation
(vii) To monitor the implementation of projects
(i) To prepare financial management plan of Tanzania Forest Fund.
(ii) To receive and maintain funds donated or obtained through activities or source of income
(iii) To prepare and make payments as authorised by the Chief Executive Officer/Administrative Secretary.
(iv) To maintain books of accounts.
(v) To prepare periodic financial report.
(vi) To ensure auditing of accounts each year.
Information Technology officer
(i) To put up a secure system for monitoring the implementation of projects.
(ii) Regular maintenance of programmes and resolving failures in hardware and software and ensuring appropriate housekeeping. Advice and assist the Fund on all technical aspects related to ICT
(iii) Setting up security parameters and ensuring virus checks
(iv) Ensure Fund’s information systems (mails, websites & data base) are running and update frequently
(i) Put in place procurement system for tracking fixed assets, and
(ii) Managing the consulting and procured other services during the implementation period.
(iii) Set up procurement plans, schedules and procedures with which to plan track and carry out the different types. Figure 1 below indicates the coordination channel of the Tanzania Forest Fund.