The Global Alliance for Transplantation
- The Global Alliance for Transplantation
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Goals and major strategic directions
- 3. Proposed Structure and Governance of the Alliance
- 4. Relationships to other organisations and associations
- 5. Relationships to the Pharmaceutical industry
- 6. Strategic Directions
- 7. Implementation Timetable
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3. Proposed Structure and Governance of the Alliance
The following diagram outlines the proposed relationships with other organisations and associations.
The Global Alliance for Transplantation will be an entity of The Transplantation Society and will formally report to the Council. It will thus be managed through public accounts held by The Transplantation Society and formal legal responsibilities will be assumed by The Transplantation Society. Management of the Global Alliance for Transplantation will be conducted through The Society Offices and will be funded by specific funds raised for the Global Alliance purposes.
The Board of the Global Alliance for Transplantation will be constituted by the members of the Alliance. The Board will include invited observers – such as those from the World Health Organisation and the Pharmaceutical industry. It is envisaged that the WHO will not wish to become a formal member of this board, because of the legal implications that such a membership may carry. It is envisaged that Professional and commercial organisations will become formal members on the understanding that legal and financial liabilities are strictly limited.
The Board will be responsible for the Strategic directions of the Global Alliance for Transplantation and will be responsible for providing advice on and prioritising projects designed to fulfill the strategic directions.
The Board will be responsible for the maintenance of the Global Alliance’s program and for reporting on its progress.