The Country Representative
The ILEP country representative is a facilitator, representing the interests of all ILEP members in a country, and helping to coordinate ILEP Member activities in that country.
As well as participating in national leprosy policy and decision making, they represent ILEP within their country, acting as focus points for advocacy issues, and sharing information with the ILEP secretariat office in Geneva.
To learn more about this important role, please see the supporting documents below:
Terms of Reference
Country Coordination Discussion paper– discussed at Members Assembly in March 2018
ILEP Country Coordination ToR– approved by ILEP Members Assembly in March 2017
Guidelines on coordination – approved by ILEP General Assembly in June 1995
Guidelines on coordination (French) – approved by General Assembly in June 1995
India country coordinator ToR
Nigeria country coordinator ToR
Examples of good practices
At the ILEP meetings in Colchester in March 2018, a decision was taken to organise country coordination meetings before each MA, i.e. 2 country coordination meetings within a day.
We will share the notes from these meetings here as they become available.