Is an individual who represents ownership of the project and chairs the Project Board. The Executive is normally the national counterpart for nationally implemented projects. The Project Executive is: Ministry of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification (MMERE). The co-chair is MECDM.
The Executive is ultimately responsible for the project, supported by the Beneficiary Representatives and the Development Partner. The Executive’s role is to ensure that the project is focused throughout its life cycle on achieving its objectives and delivering outputs that will contribute to higher level outcomes. The Executive must ensure that the project gives value for money, ensuring cost-conscious approach to the project, balancing the demands of Beneficiary Representatives and Development Partners. Specific Responsibilities: (as part of the above responsibilities for the Project Board):
- Ensure that there is a coherent project organization structure and logical set of plans;
- Set tolerances in the AWP and other plans as required for the Project Manager;
- Monitor and control the progress of the project at a strategic level;
- Ensure that risks are being tracked and mitigated as effectively as possible;
- Brief relevant stakeholders about project progress;
- Organize and chair Project Board meetings.