Organization and functioning

Organization

The MC2 Model is a development tool. It bases its action on banking practices adapted to the rural areas for the promotion of development in which the actors, managers and beneficiaries are the populations of its area of implantation. It is for this reason that the constellation of the MC2 Model brings out four (4) actors who are the pillars: the local population, the NGO ADAF, Afriland First Bank and national and international partners. All the structures of the MC2 model are members of AMC2 (Association of MC2 and MUFFA).

Sketch of the MC2 Model

The 5 stages of the development process

1

Informing and sensitizing the local populations.

  • On the role of savings in the process of their self-care.
  • On the necessity to rely first on one’s self before expecting any external support.
  • Finally, on the pride of being and remaining accountable for his future..
2

Mobilizing resources (savings; which is the nourishing source of any investment and financial autonomy).

3

Financing individual income generating activities.

4

Financing economic projects of common interest.


5

Carrying out social development projects.

Our Management Organs

The General Assembly

This is the supreme decision organ.

MC2

The Council of the Wise (Elders)

Which brings solutions of wisdom in case of conflicts, and permit the taking into consideration of the ways and customs of the community in the management of the MC2.

Supervisory Committee

Internal control organ

The Board of Directors

Which is responsible for management decisions (it is also the loan committee).

The Executive Secretariat

Responsible for the daily management of the MC2and made up of at least three (3) to four (4) persons (Director in charge of operations, Accounting Control Officer and Cashier).

MUFFA2

The Board of Directors

Which is responsible for management decisions (it is also the loan committee).

Supervisory Committee

Internal control organ

Head Office

Ensures the daily management of activities of the different units.

The Executive Secretariat

Responsible for the daily management and made up of at least three (3) to four (4) persons (Director in charge of operations, Accounting Control Officer and Cashier).