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Organizational Structure of Centre for Social Initiatives NADEZ

The organizational structure of Centre for Social Initiatives NADEZ is according to the statute of the centre and its organs are the Assembly, the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board .


The highest organ of C.S.I. Nadez, comprised of all members. The Assembly elects members and president of Executive Board for a 4 years mandate. The Assembly establishes the directions for the organization’s policies and adopts annual financial plans and reports.


The president is in charge of advocating and representing the organization on external meetings and of the overall legal transactions with third parties.
President of C.S.I. Nadez is Mrs. Marina Bojanova.

Executive Board

The Executive Board of C.S.I. Nadez consists of five members. The Board implements the joint policies and attitudes defined by the Assembly, decides for acquiring and management of organization’s assets and is responsible for carrying out of all project activities of the organization.
President of the Executive Board of C.S.I. Nadez is Mrs. Vesna Bojadziska.

Members of Executive Board of C.S.I. Nadez are:

  • Vesna Bojadziska
  • Tatjana Dimitrova
  • Afrodita Raevska
  • Sunchica Dimitrijoska
  • Angel Dimitrievski

Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board of CSI NADEZ consists of 3 members. The Board monitors the implementation of the Statute and the program, takes care of the work and property of the Organization and other matters in a manner determined by the Statute

Members of Supervisory Board of C.S.I. Nadez are:

  • Tinka KItevska
  • Aleksandra Efremovska
  • Jovica Dimitrijevski

The members have undertaken various seminars, courses as well as professional development trainings in the field of:

  • Strategic planning
  • Communication and communication skills
  • Human resources management
  • Problem solving and decision making
  • Marketing and online marketing
  • Creating logical frameworks
  • Mediation and conflict resolution in intergroup and interstreet relations
  • Role of NGO’s in democratic civil society
  • Preparation of annual financial reports, tax balance sheets and tax calculation
  • Customers care and stress management
  • ICDP, International Child Development Program
  • Fundraising
  • Lobbying, advocating, public relations, media campaigns and building partnership with media
  • Project proposal writing
  • Project management
  • NGO management
  • Local community development
  • Events organization
  • Training in social work with asylum seekers returnees
  • Training in adults impartiality – education for social justice
  • Series of workshops on work with refugees and internally displaced people (PTSS), ART and music therapy
  • Specialized course – NGO’s, their role in the social system and strengthening of civil society, German model and Macedonian experience
  • ERSO Conference – Linked capacities
  • HIV Prevention – Field work with adolescents with risky behavior
  • Family violence, sexual and reproductive health