RAEIN-Africa is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board members provide policy oversight and steer the organization towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical and legal governance and financial management policies. In addition, the Board ensures that the organization has adequate resources to advance its mission. From 2004 to 2013 RAEIN-Africa regional Board of Directors had representatives from ten countries in which activities and nodes had been established. Currently, the Board has four Directors representing farmers and research institutions in the region.
Advisory Committees Project specific Steering Committees (SC) and/or Technical and Advisory Committees (TAC) provide technical backstopping to RAEIN-Africa on the initiated activities. The Technical Advisory Committees or Steering Committees are multidisciplinary with participation of representatives of various stakeholder groups contributing in the project or experts representing the various expert areas included in the project. The unit can co-opt individual specialist if need be for Technical Backstopping.
Our primary mission is to facilitate and build resilient food systems and environments through participatory, need-driven and all-inclusive knowledge
and technology development, innovation brokering and creation of enabling evidence-based policies.