Consultant


On the 11th November, 2012 WAWA Annual Prize & Scholarships distribution Programme was held in Abdul Qadeer Khan's Auditorium Gomal University Dera Ismail Khan.

Maulana Muhammad Idrees Khan, Chairman Ummah Welfare Trust was the chief guest and the function was presided by the Vice Chanceller Gomal University, Mr Mansoor Akbar Kundi.

The prestigious "SHAMLAWAR" of the yearAward was given to Noor Alam who had secured 997 marks in S.S.C

A record total of 10.357 million rupees were distributed amongst the deserving students

Maulana Muhammad Idrees donated one ambulance to WAWA for the people of Wana. Lastly he announced the establishment of 25 masjid maktab schools in Wana.



We are indebted to the following gentleman for their contribution (as mentioned against their names) in WAWA MERIT SCHOLARHIP-2012

OBAIDULLAH Rs. 800000 PESHAWAR (Organization for Peace & Development)

CH. IRFAN Rs.256832 ( CANADA)

Dr. SHAHWALI WAZIR Rs. 189120(AMERICA)

MR. KHALID KHAN Rs.100000(GERMANY)

SHEHZADA WAZIR Rs.100000(WANA)

HAJI SALAMAT KHAN Rs.100000( U.A.E)

GOHAR SAIF Rs.100000(KOHAT)

FAZL-E-ILLAHI Rs.50000(SARGODHA)

KAMRAN KHAN Rs.50000(PESHAWAR)



 

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About WAWA



Wana welfare Association (WAWA) was established in 1983. It is a nonprofit and non-governmental association intended for the enhancement and improvement of living standards of people living in the sub-division through education, agricultural development, better health facilities and arresting of environmental degradation. WAWA was dormant for the past few years and it was need of the day to give new life to the association and the following individuals Mr. Nasrullah Wazir, Mr. Isa Khan, Mr. Sadiq Ullah, Mr. Shakim Khan, Mr. Sardar Hassan, Mr. Faiz Ullah, Mr. Dilawar Wazir and Mr. Rehmat Ullah made efforts to rejuvenate the association.

The Organization

The organization as envisaged in the constitution of the association consists of three bodies.The Governing Body, the Executive Council and the General Body.The Governing Body consists of the following members.

  1. Mr. Faiz Ullah
  2. Mr. Sadiq Ullah
  3. Mr. Shakim Khan
  4. Mr. Isa Khan
  5. Mr. Sardar Hassan
  6. Mr. Dilawar Wazir and
  7. Mr. Gul Saeed Wazir

WAWA goals and objectives are based on and reflect the development needs of SWA. These goals and objectives were derived after intensive and broad-based consultative meetings with communities

Education
  1. To ensure access to basic and primary education for males and females in SWA, where literacy rate among women is less than 2%.
  2. To extend rewards to high performing students for greater motivation.
  3. To extend financial support to deserving and needy students for continuation of higher studies.
  4. To make Musa Nika Public School a center of excellence through public participation and efficient governmental attention.
  5. To provide career counseling services in selection and admission in colleges & universities.
  6. To provide a forum for parents, teachers and students of various schools to interact with each other, thereby ensuring better quality of education services.

Forestation
  1. To provide a platform where forest department and local inhabitants will interact with each other.
  2. To urge local people to offer their wastelands for plantation.
  3. To organize annual plantation campaigns with the help of schools and college students and community leaders.
  4. To motivate local tribes for banning cutting of forests and relentless grazing in areas where natural reforestation can help achieve great results.


Agriculture:
Karrez has been the traditional irrigation source in Wana besides the Kuch areas where irrigation was done with the help of streams. Tube wells have been dug by the FATA development authority for irrigation purpose. WAWA has organized communities to ensure use of water in a sustainable manner, this included repair and rehabilitation of Karez and tube wells with community support. Dug-wells are also working successfully in Wana Division with community based committees established for many projects. Because of falling water level WAWA is endeavoring to explore new water supplies and address the irrigation problem for better agricultural yields.

Health:
Apart from the Agency Headquarter hospital in Wana, there is one civil hospital, 8 BHUs, 3 civil dispensaries, one M.C.H centre, one T.B. control hospital and one community health centre. Although there are also some private sector facilities, people prefer to travel outside SWA to avail better healthcare services. Malaria and TB are still common deceases. WAWA is striving to extend basic health facilities to the community at large. It aims to provide basic health training in areas of MCH, sanitation and basic health protection. WAWA also has capacities to implement preventive health care services and is well aware about the areas covered and is cognizant of the needs is areas which are not covered by the national program for LHWs

Voicing the cause of Musa Nikka Public school
With the aims to raising the standard of education, WAWA recently sensitized the FATA and Governor?s Secretariat about the challenges faced by Musa Nikka Public School The members of the association met the Governors of NWFP Mr. Iftikhar Hussain and Mr. Owais Ghani to apprise them about the background and history behind establishment of Musa Nikka Public school . The members explained at length that in 1981 the then Political Agent Mr Rustam Shah Mohmand established this school from his irregular fund and then proposed imposing tax on all agricultural products of the sub division for raising funds for the institution. The members of association demanded award of contract for taxing agricultural products to highest bidder through open auction and judicious transfer of funds to Musa Nikka Public school . The Government acceded to the association?s request. The association through unswerving effort succeeded in voicing the cause of Musa Nikka Public school rejuvenating fading hopes of communities.

Patronizing OPERATION of Private Schools

Strengthening the quality of education provided in schools has been WAWA?s top most priority. As the government schools are under equipped and lack conducive learning environment, they cannot cater quality education requirements. In this respect, WAWA has ensured quality education in five schools:
  1. New Iqra Public High School , Wana
  2. Darwaish Public School , Kirri Kot, Wana
  3. Aryana public High School,Kirri Kot, Wana
  4. Modern Public School , Wana
  5. Gomal Public High School , Duzha Ghundi.
The association have provided computers to the above schools and established computer labs. These schools are run on of no-profit basis. Presently these schools are catering more than four thousand students.

Training of Teachers

In order to introduce new methodologies at classroom level, teachers of the area are trained on regular basis. Modules for the trainings are developed in collaboration with educationists. The teacher training programs are run in collaboration with experts from Quaid Azam School System of Mardan and Swabi.

Scholarship

WAWA assists a program of scholarships for the students of schools and colleges who have an outstanding academic record. Scholarships awarded have already exceeded Rs 600,000. Furthermore, the association in a meeting with management of Quaid e Azam School System succeeded in arranging admission of 11 deserving students in Quaid-e-Azam Colleges of Mardan andSwabi. All expenses of these students are borne by the Quaid-e- Azam School System

Forestation
Due to lack of knowledge and resources the dwellers of Wana are unable to exploit the natural resources in a beneficial way. Rather they are overusing and in some cases misusing the existing natural resources and one can predict that if the process of retrogression is not arrested a time will reach very soon that forest and water resources will get exhausted and perhaps then the dwellers of the area will have to seek new areas to support their life and necessities.

The forests are purely private and communal and no authority has any control or check over the management of these forests. The management of these forests is purely on unscientific lines and is confined to selling, harvesting, transporting and marketing the timber. No tangible efforts have been made to project, propagate and manage these forests for sustainable yield

The association through mass awareness campaigns has educated the local residents by motivating them to manage their forest scientifically for perpetual benefits of their economy and environment.

The rehabilitation of deforested areas and to improve the flora of the sub division the association has distributed more than four hundred thousand plants free of cost to the locals.

The Association has established a nursery at Sheen Warsak catering for the needs of forest plants and fruit plants of the sub division and adjoining areas. The Association was successful in motivating the Kar-e-Khel tribe to ban cutting of trees in specific areas and ban grazing to rehabilitate the flora of the sub tribal forest. This will serve as a stepping stone for other sub tribes to follow.

Agriculture
The old source of irrigation ?Karez? is discarded because of the falling water table. The association held a series of meetings with Mr. Arbab Shehzad, Managing Director FATA Development Authority and proposed construction of small dams. A preliminary non-professional survey was conducted and 22 locations were identified for construction of small dams. The security to survey teams and executing agencies within WANA subdivision was guaranteed by the Association and the association is pursuing the case with FATA Development authority for its execution.

Sr# Name of Area Proposed Dam Site Tehsil
1 Dana Mandi Kol Khola Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
2 Zalai Lar Khu Tehsil Birmil South Waziristan Agency
3 Gur Gura Nazd Kaluny Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
4 Tanai Sanzala Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
5 Shao Zai Karam Kot, Akhi Jan Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
6 Shakai Khuwany Khel Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
7 Shakai Mandata Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
8 Sanga Sanga Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
9 Shishan Kai Shah Alam Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
10 Laman Haji Adam Khan Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
11 Wacha Dana Kot Kool Kaka Khel Side Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
12 Si Kuch Si Kuch Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
13 Gazha Piza Masti Khel Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
14 Kotray Ghar Zarranai Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
15 Kazha Painga Masti Khel Tehsil Wana South Waziristan Agency
16 Kolu Tai Kolu Tai Tehsil Birmil South Waziristan Agency
17 Musa Nika Musa Nika Tehsil Birmil South Waziristan Agency
18 Raghzai Sarghishai Khojal Khel Tehsil Birmil South Waziristan Agency
19 Dargai Kot Nawaz Buki Khel Tehsil Birmil South Waziristan Agency
20 Zalai Khan Kot Tehsil Birmil South Waziristan Agency
21 Khur Kanrai Toey Khola Tehsil Toey South Waziristan Agency
22 Gund Aurai Toey Khola Tehsil Toey South Waziristan Agency


Women waiting Hall
WAWA is the constructing a Women Waiting Hall for women in Rustam Bazaar. Women coming to Bazaar for medical treatment were provided through this service, a decent place to wait and stay during day time.

Tuition Centre
WAWA arranged free Tuition Centers with free boarding and lodging for those students who came to D. I. Khan for winter vacations.

Sports WAWA also organized two teams of football known as Musa Nikah Club and Wazir Club and encouraged interest of sports among the youths of Waziristan and also arranged tournaments on different occasions.

Free Medical Camps
WAWA arranged free medical camps for the poor and sick patients of the area. WAWA also ensured availability of doctors and medicines and assisted a large numebr of patients for various eye ailments.

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The devoted and dedicated members of WAWA are committed to put their sincere efforts to achieve the objectives of this association. WAWA is well organized with a concrete agenda of future plans.

WAWA?s top priority is the promotion of education in Wana on modern and scientific lines to meet the challenges of the time. To achieve this goal the up-gradation of Musa Nikah Public School to college is necessary. Association plans to put efforts to ensure that this institution serves as a role model college in the entire tribal area and to bring it at par with cadet colleges and other centers of excellence.

The association will arrange annual functions wherein prizes will be distributed amongst the most outstanding at various levels. WaWA will strive for the enrolment of all children to save our succeeding generations from the scourge of ignorance.

WAWA will hold training seminars and workshops for the teachers to improve their faculties. WAWA will establish a guidance centre in Wana to help students in selection of their careers. We will grant scholarships to the students of above mentioned schools who achieve top positions of their respective classes and the number of scholarships will increase with time.

We are working with the Quaid-e-Azam College System to establish a college either in Wana or Dera Ismail Khan so that larger numbers of students from Wana have better access to education.

We are in active contact with the political administration of FATA Secretariat for the early establishment of proposed Cadet College Wana.

The Association is making every possible effort to help ameliorate the plight of Govt. Degree College Wana. We are in contact with various donor agencies for the establishment of an Inter Science College Wana which will facilitate achieving this objective. We will arrange inter-school extra-curricular activities and sports in Wana.

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SWA is probably the luckiest areas in terms of natural forests. WAWA will try to arrest the massive deforestation process through community participation, administrative interference and Ulama-e-Karam. We will promote nurseries in private sector so as to enable the people to have easy and cheap access to saplings. We intend to establish three nurseries in Hindi Kuch, Dazha Ghundi and Ghwa Khwa.

A special committee will work in the northern mountains to sensitize the people on the dangers of deforestation and to achieve Kare Khel type of tribal agreements through Jirgas for banning tree cutting and excessive grazing.

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Wana has a rich and fertile agricultural land, producing large variety of fruits and vegetables. WAWA will provide latest information on methods that are new and productive to the farmers. They will be enabled to use the proper seed, fertilizer and pesticide.

There are a number of suitable sites for the construction of small dams in the sub-division, which are technically feasible and can be constructed with a minimum cost. The association will organize a briefing session to educate the elders and notables of the area about the proposed dam sites and seek their assistance in removing the bottlenecks that the FATA Development Authority is facing in construction of small dams

Live Stock projects will be initiated soon in Wana as the area is traditionally known for good cattle.

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WAWA will sensitize communities on health and hygienic practices. We will seek government effort for Malaria control in the area.

WAWA is well linked with and accepted by the FATA Secretariat and is ideally placed to achieve these goals as soon as support is available.

ARTICLE-I: NAME OF THE ORGANIZATION:

The name of the organization shall be "WANA WELFARE ASSOCIATION"

ARTICLE-II: NATURE OF THE ORGANIZATION:

The organization shall be non-governmental, non-profiting, non-political Organization working for the vast welfare of the humanity without any discrimination of caste, color, creed, culture, sect and religion or community discrimination.

ARTICLE-III: OFFICE OF THE ORGANIZATION:

The office of the organization is Room No. 8, Rose Hotel Topanwala Chowk Circular Road D. I. Khan.

ARTICLE-IV: AREA OF OPERATION:

The operational area of the organization shall be D. I. Khan and Wana Sub-Division.

ARTICLE-V:

CLAUSE (1) AIMS & OBJECTIVES:

  1. To work for the development of the area.
  2. Sustainable livelihood.
  3. To provide education facilities to the male, female, formal, informal, IT & modern sciences among the masses in general.
  4. To provide medical facilities among the masses in general.
  5. To organize free medical camps at different localities which shall impart free medical facilities to the down trodden and helpless people who suffer varies kind of diseases.
  6. To work towards betterment of people in the field of environment, addicts & disability.
  7. To work towards Women Development, Social Uplift and protection of Women's Rights in shape of providing legal, social, monetary help and assistance.
  8. To work on poverty alleviation program.
  9. To improve overall socio economic condition of poor, rural & urban women living in the operational area of the organization.
  10. Social Mobilization against social injustices (child labor, Terrorism, Drug, Honor killing and Crimes)
  11. To construct major infrastructure including water resources in D. I. Khan, NWFP.


CLAUSE (2): ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR MEMBERS OF GENERAL COUNCIL:

  1. Must be a resident of WANA Sub-division.
  2. Must be a major (above 18 years age) a Graduate with sound mind.
  3. Must pay regularly the applicable membership fee.


CLAUSE (3): ADMISSION OF MEMBERSHIP:

1. PATRON:

A person who fulfills the condition laid down under Article-5 clause (2) may be invited by the Executive Council to become patron of the Organization.

2. LIFE MEMBERS AND ORDINARY MEMBERS:

A person who fulfills the requirements as laid down under Article-5 clause (2) and desirous to become life member or ordinary member shall apply on prescribed form of the Organization. The Governing Body shall have powers to accept or reject such application. A person shall become the life member of the Organization only after payment of the prescribed fee.

3. HONORARY MEMBERS:

The Executive Council of the Organization shall nominate honorary members. The honorary members will be the persons who have eminent service for the Organization according to Article-5 clause (2).

CLAUSE (4): REJECTION OF MEMBERSHIP:

1. Person whose application for membership is rejected by the Governing body can apply again after lapse of three months. Membership in the organization will be given by Governing body through simple majority.

CLAUSE (5): PRIVILEGE OF MEMBERS:

1. The following members shall have the right to vote: 
    ? Lifetime members.
    ? Ordinary members.

2. The following members shall not have the right to vote:
   ? Honorary members.
   ? Members who have not cleared dues.

CLAUSE (6): SUSPENSION, CANCELLATION & REGISTRATION OF MEMBERSHIP:

MEMBERSHIP MAY BE TERMINATED IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING CASES:
  1. For non-payment of subscription up to 30 days after due date. General Secretary will issue 15 days notice to defaulter members prior to the due date. A second notice of 15 days will be given at the expiry of the previous notice and if the dues are not cleared as per second notice, the person concerned will ipso-facto cease to be a member.
  2. Absence from meeting (General Body & Executive Council ).
  3. A member who fails to attend three consecutive meetings with out prior intimation or justification shall cease to be a member of the Executive Council or General Body as per following the procedure.
  4. The Executive Council shall give 15 days notice to defaulting member(s) during which he shall submit a written reply of his conduct.
  5. In the event of explanation, being found unsatisfactory by the Executive Council may either administer a warning or may ask the member to resign the membership of the Organization forthwith.
  6. In the event of the said member refusing to resign his membership when asked to do so. The Executive Council in a special meeting may decide the case with three forth (3/4th) majority of total strength of the board.
  7. For reason to be recorded in writing, the Executive Council with three forth (3/4th) majority of its total membership may suspend forthwith the membership of the defaulter member for a maximum period of three months during which the Executive Council shall be bound to take final decision.
  8. Any member may on his own accord terminate his membership sending his resignation to General Secretary. The Executive Council may accept his resignation provided all the outstanding dues are cleared to the satisfaction of the board.
  9. Death of the member.
  10. In case a member?s conduct is deemed as injurious to the organization then either on the recommendation of the President or the Governing body may on its own, initiate action against such a member which may result in the termination of membership.


CLAUSE (7): RESTORATION OF MEMBERSHIP:
  1. Membership of a member may be restored after payment of dues and approval by the Governing body
  2. In conduct cases, the Governing Body may if it is satisfied to restore its membership after assurance by the member that he shall not work against the interest of the Organization.


ARTICLE-VI: THE COMPOSITION, POWER AND FUNCTIONS OF THE GENERAL BODY & EXECUTIVE COUNCIL :

CLAUSE (1):
The Organization shall consist of Governing Body, General Body and Executive Council.

CLAUSE (1a) GOVERNING BODY:

  1. Governing body shall consist of 8 founder members of association.
  2. Governing body will make all decisions through simple majority.
  3. Annual report will be submitted by the Executive Council to the Governing body.
  4. Generation of funds, investment plans and major expenditures other than the day to day spendings will be the sole prerogative of the governing body. The President may sanction funds for day to day functioning of WAWA.
  5. The President may not seek approval from the Governing Body in cases where funds are sanctioned for a particular project by the Governing Body and which are a regular feature of WAWA activities.


CLAUSE (2): GENERAL BODY:

The General Body of the Organization shall be composed of life members and ordinary members.


CLAUSE (3): POWERS & FUNCTIONS OF THE GENERAL BODY:
  1. The General Body shall determine the policy and the programs of the organization and approve fiscal budget submitted by the Executive Council .
  2. It shall hold election of the office bearers and members of the Executive Council when due through/under supervision of Social Welfare Officer.
  3. It shall appoint Chartered Accountants for the purpose of auditing the accounts of the Organization.
  4. It shall approve the report and audited statements of accounts of the previous year submitted by the members and the matters referred by the Executive Council .
  5. The General Body is empowered to make amendments to the constitution subject to prior approval of the Registration Authority and the Governing body.
  6. The General Body shall alone be competent to take all policy matters.


CLAUSE (4): EXECUTIVE COUNCIL :

THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE ORGANIZATION SHALL BE COMPOSED OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICE BEARERS AND MEMBERS:

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL


1 President One
2 Vice President One
3 General Secretary One
4 Joint Secretary One
5 Finance Secretary One
6 Press Secretary One
7 Coordination Secretary One


CLAUSE (5): POWERS & FUNCTIONS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL :
  1. To act and represent the Organization in all matters and execute the policy and decision of the General Body.
  2. To invite, nominate, accept, suspend, cancel or restore the membership of the person(s) according to the provisions of the Article (5) of the constitution.
  3. To appoint, suspend, punish or dismiss paid staff of the organization if deemed necessary. It shall also determine the terms and conditions of the employment of staff.
  4. To prepare schemes, budget and progress reports and will be responsible for the maintenance and case study of the office records and property etc.
  5. If a vacancy occurs in the Executive Council , the Executive Council can nominate coop member(s) to fill the vacancy if half or more than half of the terms of office is over or other wise the case may be referred to by the General Body.
  6. It shall prepare annual activity reports, audited accounts and present them to General Body for approval.
  7. It shall fix date, time and place for holding General Body meeting as and when due.
  8. After the election, the Board shall maintain a register of members and keep it up to date in which the name and addresses of all categories of members of the organization, mode of donation or subscription as the case may be, will be entered.
  9. All property movable as well as immovable, belonging to the organization shall vest in the Executive Council , which shall administer it only for the aims and objectives of the organization. The Executive Council and the General Body will have no powers to transfer directly any portion of the money, property or income of the organization to its members or their relatives by way of dividend, bonus or profit.
  10. The General body is empowered to make any amends to the constitution. It will be notified to the registration Authority within 15 days to in corporate such amends in their record of the Organization provided that no such amendment will be made without the prior approval of the Commissioner of Income Tax, in case approval under Sec 2 (36) of the Income Tax ordinance 2001 is granted to the Association.


CLAUSE (6): POWERS & DUTIES OF THE OFFICE BEARERS:

1) PRESIDENT:
  1. The President shall be the constitutional head of the Organization and shall preside all meetings.
  2. He shall ensure that the provisions of the constitution are duly carried out in all respect.
  3. Shall have the power to sanction expenditure up to Rs.10, 000/- in each subject with approval by the Executive Council in subsequent meetings.
  4. He shall have the right of casting vote in any meeting in case of tie.
  5. He shall supervise the working of the organization, guide and help the office bearers in discharge of their duties.


2) VICE PRESIDENT
            Similar powers as that of President in his absence.

3) GENERAL SECRETARY

  1. The General Secretary shall act in consultation with the President.
  2. The General Secretary in consultation with the President shall prepare the agenda, call meeting of the General Body and Executive Council in accordance with the provision of the constitution, prepare and put up the minutes of the last meeting for confirmation and maintain proper record of the same.
  3. The General Secretary shall be responsible for the execution of the resolution and directive of the Executive Council & General Body.
  4. The General Secretary shall prepare annual report about the work done by the organization and submit it before the Executive Council or the General Body meeting as the case may be.
  5. The General Secretary shall be responsible for submission of the report and return as desired by the Registration Authority. The respective Social Welfare Officer shall also be responsible for the office management and record of the Organization. The General Secretary shall conduct all correspondence on behalf of the Organization.
  6. The General Secretary shall verify all bills, joint vouchers etc, get approval of the President & forward them to Finance Secretary for scrutiny & payment as per rules.


4) JOINT SECRETARY
In the absence of the General Secretary, Joint Secretary shall exercise all the powers and functions of the General Secretary and in his presence, shall assist the General Secretary.

5) FINANCE SECRETARY
  1. He shall arrange collection of donations, grants, aids, subscription & issue proper receipt.
  2. He shall deposit the amount in the bank account of the Organization.
  3. He shall maintain register of members, donors with their names and addresses.
  4. Maintain accounts of income and expenditures in register prescribed under Section 9 of the Ordinance of Voluntary Social Agencies (Registration & Control) Rules 1961.
  5. Arrange audits of the accounts of the Organization & its affiliated welfare program units.
  6. Prepare annual budget, quarterly reports & schemes for fund generation and obtain approval of the Executive Council .


6) PRESS SECRETARY
  1. He shall give publicity to all aims and objectives of the Organization and publication of all such material.
  2. He will also keep inform all concerned of the activities of the Organization.


7) COORDINATION SECRETARY

To establish much close working relation and liaison with National and International Organization etc.

CLAUSE (7): ANNUAL GENERAL BODY MEETING
  1. The General Body shall meet once in year and shall be called Annual General Body meeting.
  2. Venue of the Annual General Body meeting will be decided by the Executive Council in a meeting with clear notice of two weeks in advance with proper agenda.
  3. In the case of emergency special meetings may be called with three days notice.
  4. 1/3rd quorum will be necessary for each meeting.


CLAUSE (8): EXECUTIVE COUNCIL MEETINGS:
  1. The Executive Council shall meet once in a month with five days advance notice.
  2. Special emergency meetings may be called without advance notice at the discretion of the President.
  3. 1/3rd quorum will be necessary for each meeting.


CLAUSE (9):TERMS OF THE OFFICE:
  1. Terms of the office shall be for a period of three (3) years for all the office bearers and members of the Executive Council commencing from 1st of July and ending on 30th June.
  2. Executive Council must hand over charge to newly elected Executive Council within ten days after election under supervision of election board and in presence of Social Welfare Officer as member of the election board.


CLAUSE (10): ELECTION:

  1. Election of the office bearers and executive members of the Executive Council shall be held after three years.
  2. Before election, a three members election board other than those contesting election will be formed, which shall monitor and facilitate the election.
  3. Election board consisting of three members shall not be eligible to contest election for post of the members of the Executive Council .
  4. Election shall be held by secret ballot and each member shall have one vote.
  5. Office bearers and members of the Executive Council shall be elected in all General Body meetings held on a special date for which a notice being put up on the notice board in the premises of the Organization 15 days before election and such notice should be sent to members at least 15 days before election.
  6. Nomination papers of the candidates bearing signature / addresses of proposed and seconding who are bona-fide members shall be submitted to the President of the election board one week before the election date. The candidate can withdraw within two days of the submission of nomination papers.
  7. The Executive Council shall frame the rules relating to the procedure for election.


ARTICLE-VII

CLAUSE (1): FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:

  1. The financial year of the organization shall be from 1st July to 30th June of the subsequent year.
  2. The funds of the organization shall be kept in a scheduled Bank approved by the Executive Council .
  3. The chartered Accountants shall audit the accounts of the organization annually.
  4. The money, income and property of the organization however derived shall be applicable solely towards the promotion of the aims and objectives.
  5. No promotion of the money, income and property of the organization shall be paid directly by way of profit divided bond or otherwise to any of its members or their relatives.
  6. The account will be operated under the signature of members authorized by Governing Body in this behalf through a formal resolution.
  7. Any subscription, donation or financial assistance etc shall be deposited in the bank within three days of its receipt.


ARTICLE-VIII: VOTE OF NO CONFIDENCE:


CLAUSE (1)

Any member who for some reason show no confidence on an office bearer or a member of the Executive Council shall inform the President of the Executive Council in writing to this effect giving solid proof of the member's attitude, misconduct, misusing power delegated under the constitution or violating the aims & objectives of Organization, by laws/rules detrimental to the cause of the Organization.

CLAUSE (2)

The President/Executive Council shall give the said member a chance to clear himself within 15 days of the receipt of no confidence motion and after being satisfied that there are sufficient grounds to proceed against the member concerned, the President shall convene a General Body special meeting as laid down under clause (7) of article 6 and place the matter before the General Body.

CLAUSE (3)

The General body shall with (2/3rd) majority decide either to remove such office bearer/member of the Executive Council or otherwise.

ARTICLE -IX: AMENDMENT IN THE CONSTITUTION:

CLAUSE (1)

Amendments in the constitution shall be made in a special meeting of the General Body called for this purpose.

CLAUSE (2)

Any member who wishes to suggest an amendment in the constitution may do so by writing to the Executive Council . The Executive Council shall circulate it among the members of the General Body with a 30 days notice for convening a meeting of the General Body wherein the proposed amendment(s) is to be considered. The General Body, in its meeting may also consider other amendments received 7 days prior to its meeting.

CLAUSE (3)

The amendments must be approved by three forth 3/4th majority of the total membership of the General Body.

CLAUSE (4)

The General Body may make any changes in the constitution, preamble, memorandum of article of the Organization, rules and regulation or bye-laws after due deliberation and subject to Article 6 Clause-3 (5) and Clause-5 (10).

CLAUSE (5)

All such amendments as per clause 4 above shall be notified to Registration Authority (Directorate Social Welfare Department) Government of NWFP, within 15 days for updating record of the organization.

CLAUSE (6)

The proposed amendments should be rooted through the concerned Social Welfare Office to the Registration Authority.

ARTICLE-X: ROLE OF SOCIAL WELFARE OFFICER:

CLAUSE (1)

Social Welfare Officer may attend every meeting of the General Body and /or any of its functions.

CLAUSE (2)

Social Welfare Officer can check account and other records of agency at any time and all relevant record will be provided whenever demanded.

CLAUSE (3)

The Social Welfare Officer can pay visits to the Organization and inspect any document without prior intimation or notice.

ARTICLE-XI: DISSOLUTION OF THE ORGANIZATION:

CLAUSE (1)

The organization shall be dissolved in accordance with section 11 & 12 of the voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration & Control) Ordinance 1961.