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Board Candidates of MSF-CH/OCG

Odoo - Echantillon n°1 pour trois colonnes

Jean-Clément Cabrol

  • Letter of motivation [FR / EN]

  • Curriculum vitea [FR / EN

Odoo - Echantillon n°1 pour trois colonnes

Reveka Papadopoulou

  • Letter of motivation [FR / EN]

  • Curriculum vitea [FR / EN

Odoo - Echantillon n°1 pour trois colonnes

Tammam Aloudat

  • Letter of motivation [FR / EN]

  • Curriculum vitea [FR / EN

Odoo - Echantillon n°1 pour trois colonnes

Liza Cragg

  • Letter of motivation [FR / EN]

  • Curriculum vitea [FR / EN]

Odoo- Echantillon n° 2 pour trois colonnes

Eric Comte

  • Letter of motivation [FR / EN]

  • Curriculum vitea [FR / EN]

Odoo- Echantillon n° 3 pour trois colonnes

Miriam Kasztura

  • Letter of motivation [FR / EN]

  • Curriculum vitea [EN]

Voting Results:

  • Liza CRAGG - 206 - ELECTED (Vice President)

  • Reveka PAPADOPOULOU - 177 - ELECTED (President)

  • Miriam KASZTURA - 175 - ELECTED

  • Eric COMTE - 125 - not elected

  • Jean-Clément CABROL - 108 - not elected

  • Tammam ALOUDAT - 92 - not elected

    Topics Submitted for Vote  

    Note: In accordance with our Statutes adopted during the MSF-CH GA 2016, the Activity Report 2016 and the Financial Statements 2016 are presented for vote in one bloc. The Treasurer’s Report (or Financial Report) is not submitted for vote but presents the Activity Report and the Annual Financial Statements (narrative).
    Approval by the ordinary General Assembly of the Moral Report on one hand, and the Activity Report and Financial Statements on the other, shall release the Board from its responsibility concerning the activities of the preceding year.

    The MSFCH Board and the MSF-OCG Congress recommend to confirm the mandate of PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) as statutory auditors for 2017.

    * Mandate from 2014 to 2017




                                        Frequency of Topics Discussed


                                        Operational strategies 11
                                        Local communtiy and local health systems    
                                        Chronic conditions, NCDs, and mental helath 7
                                        Specific medical issues     
                                        MSF associative life & MSF principles    
                                        HR issues 
                                        Security and working in highly insecure settings 4
                                        Accountability to beneficiaries 
                                        Visibility of MSF and communications 2
                                        Diversity in MSF   
                                        Pregnancy termination 2
                                        Migration                                                                                                2
                                        Summary of 2017 FAD [EN]

                                        All the FAD 2017 [FR et EN]
                                        All the FAD
                                        [FR et EN]

                                        Debates Documents   

                                        Ethics in humanitarian action

                                        Humanitarian ethics: MSF’s commitment to ethics reflection, discussion, and concrete measures to improve our humanitarian action and to reduce moral distress + What does the IGA’s 2016 humanitarian ethics motion mean for MSF? [FR / EN]

                                        Operational compromises in difficult contexts

                                        Over the last year, OCG has made significant efforts in order to reach victims of war at the heart of conflicts. Be it our presence in north-eastern Syria, where our activities have been gradually expanded, our strategic positioning in northern Iraq allowing us to work in Mossoul today at close distance to a very active frontline, our intervention in Yemen that strives to maintain medical care under extremely difficult conditions or the cross-border activities in Borno State that have enabled us to reach populations that haven’t seen humanitarian aid or assistance in months. However, these activities come with a price in terms of compromises we are willing to accept. This includes, but is not limited to, the selection of staff according to their place of origin, the acceptance of military escorts that could cause us to be perceived as being linked to military operations, our incapacity to sustain a meaningful dialogue with all parties to the conflict and, last but not least, an increased acceptance of security risks while the respective mitigation measures tend to cut us off from the population (“bunkerizatzion”). Is operational pragmatism calling into question the very principles we so dearly defend?

                                        Global Institutional Footprint - The next steps in the evolution of the movement [EN]

                                        2017 GA Streaming Recording 

                                        Friday 12.05.2017 - [FR]


                                        Friday12.05.2017 - [EN]


                                        Saturday 13.05.2017  - [FR]


                                        Saturday 13.05.2017  - [EN]