Annamma Organization is managed by a Management Committee comprising of individuals from diverse backgrounds and expertise. The Management Committee comprises of seven members in total. Additionally a few independent members of eminence and reputation are taken as Board of Directors for guidance, motivation, financial stability of the organization and smooth functioning of its service delivery mechanisms.
All the major decisions – concerning project/financial/staff management – are being taken by the Management Committee in consultation with the Board of Directors and Core Team – consists of Coordinators and Senior In-Charges. Weekly PIE sessions & result oriented Monthly Reviews of various sub-projects – based on a prescribed uniform monitoring format derived from PPM/Work Plan/Budget & monthly staff meetings as part of participatory reporting are regularly held. Core team also includes elected representatives of children to discuss and decide on those issues affecting the lives of the children within the organization.
Finance Committee meets regularly to review the finance management – presided by the Treasurer. The projects’ accounting have been divided and entrusted to different accountants under the guidance of the Treasurer, to accelerate the accounting process. The Treasurer presents the status of the accounts every month to the Management Committee during the Management Committee meeting and final decisions regarding financial matters are taken there.
The total staff that Annamma Organization has is 30 members with 75% being female staff members. The staff are governed by the Annamma Human Resource Manual. The Staff Grievance Cell & Children’s Complaints Committee have been constituted by election.
Annamma Organization has Child Protection Committee which includes elected members of staff and children.
The organization is endowed with a rich and diverse human resource pool with decades of development experience. Around fifteen core staff, several part-timers and paid community volunteers merge together to help people catalyze need-based, locale-specific, professionally managed services. The whole team is divided into Seven parts with specific roles and responsibilities for the better functioning of the organization: (1). Board Members (2). Human Resource Department (3). Teaching Staff (4). Accounts Department (5). Resource Mobilization Team (6). Community Based Rehabilitation Team (7). Non-Teaching Staff