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GOVERNANCE

 

CLEAR Council

The CLEAR Council includes representatives of all CLEAR groups and comprises all Funding Committee Members, Center Directors and the Team Lead of the Global Hub Team.

The Council sets the overall strategy and goals for the Program and assesses its performance. It also provides advice to and seeks decisions from the Funding Committee regarding key aspects of the Program. The Council is chaired by the Program Chief Executive Officer. Decisions are reached by consensus. The scope of work for the council includes:
Strategy: Provide strategic direction to the Program Performance and Accountability: Provide advice to the Funding Committee, the Centers, and the Global Hub based on portfolio and performance reviews.
Governance: Undertake activities that strengthen program governance and management.

The CLEAR Council has also selected two members, representing the CLEAR Centers and the global funders respectively, to form an Executive Sub-Committee; the CLEAR CEO is the third member of the Executive Sub-Committee. The Council delegates decision making on implementation to the Executive Sub-Committee so that the Sub-Committee drives strategy implementation by making key operational decisions as needed. The Sub-Committee meets quarterly (virtually) or on an as-needed basis, as determined by the CEO. Decisions are made by consensus.

CLEAR Council Members

  • Brenda Barbour, CLEAR Global Hub & Chair
  • Ana Maria Linares, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Andre Portela Souza, CLEAR Brazil and Lusophone Africa
  • Boubacar Aw, CLEAR Francophone Africa
  • Cheryl Gray, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Gabriela Perez Yarahuan, CLEAR Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Jonathan Patrick, Department for International Development
  • Kelly Andrews Johnson, CLEAR Global Hub
  • Laila Smith, CLEAR Anglophone Africa
  • Pernilla Rafiqui, Swedish International Development Cooperation
  • Rakesh Nangia, African Development Bank
  • Shagun Sabarwal, CLEAR South Asia
  • Zhao Min, CLEAR East Asia

Funding Committee

The Funding Committee comprises funders to the multi-donor trust fund established at the World Bank to finance CLEAR, based on the membership rules.

The scope of activities for the committee includes: (i) Funding Strategy (determining the financial size of the Program); (ii) Funding and Accountability (ensuring adequate funding for operations and Program accountability and oversight; and (iii) Governance (reviewing and concurring with, Council proposed changes to the Charter, subject to the terms of the Administration Agreements and Bank policies and procedures).

The World Bank’s is the administrator of the CLEAR partnership and multi-donor trust fund, and the secretariat for CLEAR (“Global Hub”). The Global Hub is able to leverage the World Bank’s resources, expertise, and convening power to build a strong network.

CLEAR Funding Committee Members

  • Brenda Barbour, The World Bank, Chair
  • Chery Gray, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Jonathan Patrick, Department for International Development
  • Kelly Andrews Johnson, CLEAR Global Hub
  • Pernilla Rafiqui, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
  • Rakesh Nangia, African Development Bank

Regional Advisory Committee – Anglophone Africa

The Advisory Committe has been set-up to oversee the strategic development of CLEAR-AA. Advisory Committee members include;

Imraan Valodia (Chair)

Professor Valodia is Dean of the Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He has a doctorate in Economics from UKZN. His research interests include employment, the informal economy, gender, and industrialisation. He is currently coordinating an international study, in 10 cities, of the informal economy. His most recent book reports on the methodology and research findings of a three-year research project, conducted in eight countries, on the gender impacts of taxation. He has published in leading international journals and is one of only a handful of South African economists with an NRF B-rating. He serves on a number of economic policy forums and has worked with leading international development organisations, including the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, the United Nations Development Programme, UN Women, the World Bank, and Women in Informal Employment: Globalising and Organising, among others. Professor Valodia is a part-time member of the Competition Tribunal and a Commissioner on the Employment Conditions Commission.

Stephen Tollman

Prof. Stephen Tollman is Director the MRC/Wits Rural Public Health and Health Transitions Research Unit (Agincourt) and the Health and Population Division in the School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand. Internationally, he is guest professor in the Centre for Global Health Research, Umeå University, Sweden, and Principal Scientist of the INDEPTH Network (International Network for the Demographic Evaluation of Populations and Their Health).

Steve was founding Board Chair of INDEPTH and is principal investigator for multi-centre research in Adult Health and Aging. He chairs the Wellcome Trust Population Health and Tropical Medicine Interview Committee (PHATIC), and currently serves on a panel of the National Academies of Science, USA, addressing the continuing epidemiological transition in sub-Saharan Africa

Major research interests focus on adult health and aging, non-communicable diseases and chronic care.

Albert Byamugisha

Dr Albert Byamugisha is Commissioner and Head of Department – Monitoring and Evaluation in the Uganda Office of the Prime Minister. He is also a Coordinator of the sub-county Information Forum (Citizens Barazas) in Ghana. Prior to his current position, he worked as an M&E Expert at the National Planning Authority, Uganda, served as an Assistant Commissioner in charge of Statistics, Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation in the Education Planning and Policy Department of the Uganda Ministry of Education and Sports, as well as the Uganda National Southern and Eastern Africa Consortium for Monitoring Education Quality (SACMEQ) Research Coordinator, National Education For All (EFA) Coordinator, and as a Lecturer and Head of Department of Statistical Methods at the Makerere University Institute of Statistics and Applied Economics (1993-2000).

Ian Goldman

Dr Ian Goldman is Head of Evaluation and Research at the South African Presidency’s Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation. He is also a Commissioner (board member) of the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie).

Dr Ian started his career as an agronomist in Mexico in 1978-9, worked in Zambia from 1982-7 facilitating rural development through strengthening local government, in the UK from 1988-1995 (rural economic development), and then back in South Africa from 1995-8 as a change management advisor with the Free State Department of Agriculture. He wrote up this experience for his PhD in 2001. In 1998 he established a pioneering NGO (the African Institute for Community-Driven Development – Khanya-aicdd) working in Africa on issues of decentralization, rural development, sustainable livelihoods approaches, community-driven development across Southern and Eastern Africa. He has worked in 18 countries in Africa, Europe and Latin America, and with national, provincial and local government, as well as in the NGO and SME sectors.

Sukai Prom-Jackson

Dr. Sukai Prom-Jackson has over 25 years of professional experience and leadership roles in international development, and over 9 years with governments and the private sector. Dr Prom-Jackson is a graduate of Howard University and Middlebury College in the USA. She been the recipient of several awards: 2010 GCPA award for Dr Sukai Prom-Jackson Scholarship for Academic Excellence; Howard University Graduate Fellow for innovation (1980), Howard University Graduate Speaker (1982); African Graduate Fellow (AfGrad) of USAID (1974); Middlebury College Dean’s List (1971-74); Gambia Sixth Form French Language Award (1968). She was recently invited to the Bellagio Thought Leaders Forum on Evaluation in Africa. Her experiences have included: Policy development, strategic planning, and programme development; organizational reform and institutional development for accountability, learning and knowledge development; management of evaluation; the evaluation of policies, complex programmes, and system-wide issues; Coordination of major global and partnership programmes for development. University lecturer, trainer of managers and staff of national and international organizations on evaluation.

Dr Jason Cohen

Dr Cohen is an Associate Professor of Information Systems in the School of Economic and Business Sciences at the University of the Witwatersrand. Dr Cohen is an NRF rated researcher and currently serves as Assistant Dean Research in the Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management. His research work is largely focused on the use and impacts of information technology in service firms, and has been published in numerous international peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. Jason teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses in business process management, IS management and planning, advances in IS research, and research methods.

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