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BRINGING HOPE FOR THE WORLD, BETTER HEALTH, HAPPINESS AND PROSPERITY

MANAGEMENT OF UCO
 
The United Charish Organization will be managed and operated through the Secretariat. Under the Secretariat there will be a cabinet, general assembly, an international organizing committee, sixteen different international commissions & national level high commands appointed by the Secretary General to discharge and execute the welfare programs of UCO on a global level.
 
The Secretary General will be the supreme command and serves as the final decision maker supported by the Chief of Staff and personal team who will carry out the day to day operations.
 
 

SECRETARIAT

The Secretariat shall include the following bodies and departments:

Secretary General and the personal team

Deputy Secretary General and the personal team
 
CHIEF SECRETARY:
Nineteen Under-Secretaries shall work under the Chief Secretary. One each for the affairs of the Secretariat, General Assembly,  Organizing Committee, and the Under-Secretaries for each of the sixteen welfare commissions.
 
UNDER SECRETARIES:
Nineteen first secretaries will work for the Under-Secretaries. One each for the affairs of the Secretariat , General Assembly,  Organizing Committee, and the First Secretaries for each of the sixteen welfare commissions
 
FIRST SECRETARIES:
Nineteen Second Secretaries will work for the First Secretary. One each for affairs of the Secretariat, General Assembly,  Organizing Committee, and the First Secretaries for each of the sixteen welfare commissions
 
SECOND SECRETARIES:
Nineteen Secretaries and staff will work for the Second Secretary. One each for the affairs of the Secretariat, General Assembly, Organizing Committee, and the First Secretaries for each of the sixteen welfare commissions
   
REVENUE DEPARTMENT:
One Chief Comptroller, nineteen Comptrollers, nineteen Deputy Comptrollers and supporting staff.
   
I.T DEPARTMENT:
Help Desk, System Network Administration, System Network Maintenance.
   
MEDIA DEPARTMENT:
Media Chief/Spokesperson, reporters, editors, filming team, photographers, media liaison and advisors.
   
HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT:
Selection, induction, training, internship & apprenticeship, full time employment, compensation administration, service termination & pension administration.
   
LEGAL DEPARTMENT:
Corporate due diligence, patent, copyright, trademark, contract administration, media administration, litigation and mitigation
   
CABINET:
The cabinet is the advisory council for the Secretary General. The cabinet includes the following five members: Secretary General, Deputy-Secretary
General, and three fellow Cabinet Members selected by the General Assembly. They are the governing body of the organization.
   
GENERAL ASSEMBLY:
An international body Consisting of 35 plus life members including: Secretary General, Deputy Secretary General, International Organizing Committee President, Presidents and VP's for the 16 welfare commissions and National level Chief's of High Command. They establish the budget for the welfare projects and programs, meeting twice annually. Periodic meetings will be held virtually as required by the Secretary General.
   
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
An international body consisting of seventeen members selected by the Secretary General is responsible for establishing and implementing the 16 welfare programs globally.  
   
UCO COMMISSIONS:
These are international bodies consisting of 16 permanent Commission Presidents, Vice Presidents, Executive Directors and supporting staff. The Secretariat will nominate them and in turn the Secretary General will appoint them to organize and manage the 16 welfare programs globally.
   
FUNDAMENTAL - GLOBAL ACTIVITIES OF UNITED CHARISH ORGANIZATION:
  1.  THE UCO MISSION GLOBAL PEACE COMMISSION.

2.  THE UCO EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMISSION.

3.  THE UCO ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AWARENESS COMMISSION.

4.  THE UCO EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION.

5.  THE UCO CHILDRENS WELFARE COMMISSION.

6.  THE UCO WOMENS WELFARE COMMISSION.

7.  THE UCO YOUNG PEOPLES WELFARE COMMISSION.

8.  THE UCO SENIOR PEOPL'S WELFARE COMMISSION

9.  THE UCO HANDICAPPED/DISABLED WELFARE COMMISSION.

10. THE UCO FOOD AND NUTRITION COMMISSION.

11. THE UCO HEALTHCARE COMMISSION.

12. THE UCO REHABILITATION COMMISSION.

13. THE UCO HOME FOR HOMELESS COMMISSION.

14. THE UCO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION.

15. THE UCO SPORTS & GAMES COMMISSION.

16. THE UCO AWARDS & PRIZE COMMISSION.
 
THE UCO NATIONAL CHIEF OF HIGH COMMAND:
Nominated by the General Assembly and appointed by the Secretary General they take the position of Chief Executive Officer, in charge of administering, managing and controlling the following:
Sixteen different national level commissions
State/Provincial Director Generals and sixteen different commissions
District Directors and sixteen different commissions
District Regional Directors and sixteen different commissions
City Directors
Village Directors
Community officers
Family Chambers Presidents
Head of the family
Individual members of the organization.
The Chief of High Command for each nation will nominate 16 national level Welfare Commission Presidents to the organizing committee who will then appoint them to supervise and manage the development and operations of the countries welfare commissions.  
   

THE UCO STATE/PROVINCIAL COMMAND:

The Chief of High Command for each country shall nominate a state/provincial Director General for the sixteen different welfare commission presidents with staff to the organizing committee. They will then appoint them to implement the welfare services and programs.
The Director General is the Chief Executive Officer in charge of the appointed state/province. The Director General shall administrate and control the following divisions on state/provincial levels:
State/Provincial Director General and Sixteen Different Commissions
District Directors and sixteen different commissions
District Regional Directors and sixteen different commissions
City Directors
Village Directors
Community Officers
Family Chambers Presidents
Head of the family
Individual members of the organization.
   
THE UCO DISTRICT/COUNTY COMMAND:
The Director General for each state/province shall nominate a District/County Director for the sixteen different welfare commission presidents with staff to the organizing committee. They will then appoint them to implement the welfare services and programs.
The District/County Director is the Chief Executive Officer in charge of the appointed district/county. The District/County Director shall administrate and control the following divisions on district/county levels:
District regional directors and Sixteen Different Commissions
City Directors
Village Directors
Community Officers
Family Chamber Presidents
Heads of family
Individual Members of the organization
   
THE UCO REGIONAL COMMAND:
To accomplish the fundamental missions of UCO regionally, the District County Director shall nominate four Regional Directors for the sixteen different welfare commissions and a team of staff to the organizing committee for implementation of the welfare services and programs.
The UCO Regional Director shall be the Chief Executive Officer in charge of their assigned region to administrate and control the following divisions:
District Regional Directors and sixteen different commissions
City Directors
Village Directors
Community Officers
Family Chamber Presidents
Heads of family
Individual members of the organization.
   
THE UCO CITY COMMAND:
To accomplish the fundamental missions of UCO on a city level, the Regional Director shall nominate the City Directors for the sixteen different welfare commissions to the organizing committee who in turn will be appointed and assigned to implement the welfare services and programs.
The City Director shall be the Chief Executive Officer in charge of their assigned city. The City Director shall administrate and control the following:
City Directors
Village Directors
Community Officers
Family Chambers Presidents
Head of Family
Individual members of the organization.
   
THE UCO VILLAGE COMMAND:
To accomplish the fundamental missions of UCO on a village level the City Director shall nominate ten Village Directors for the sixteen different welfare commissions to the organizing committee who in turn will be appointed and assigned to implement the welfare services and programs.
The Village Director shall be the Chief Executive Officer in charge of their assigned village. The Village Director shall administrate and control the following:
Village Directors
Community Officers
Family Chamber Presidents
Head of Family
Individual members of the organization.
   
THE UCO COMMUNITY COMMANDS:
To accomplish the fundamental missions of UCO on a community level the Village Director  shall nominate ten Community Directors for the sixteen different welfare commissions to the organizing committee who in turn will be appointed and assigned to implement the welfare services and programs.
The Community Director shall be the Chief Executive Officer in charge of their assigned community. The Community Director shall administrate and control the following:
Community Officers
Family Chamber Presidents
Head of Family
Individual members of the organization.
   
THE CHARISH FAMILY CHAMBERS COMMAND:
To accomplish the fundamental missions of UCO on a family chamber level the Community Director shall nominate ten Family Chamber Presidents for the sixteen different welfare commissions to the organizing committee who in turn will be appointed and assigned to implement the welfare services and programs.
The UCO Family Chamber President shall be the Chief Executive Officer in charge of their assigned chambers. The Family Chamber President shall administrate and control the following:
Family Chambers
Head of Family
Individual members of the organization.
   
HEAD OF THE FAMILY:
The Family Chamber Presidents shall train the head of each family as to the fundamental objectives and missions of UCO so that they may participate and disseminate the welfare services and programs.
   
INDIVIDUAL SPOKESPERSON:
The Family Spokesperson shall train all family members on the missions of UCO so that they too may participate and disseminate the missions of UCO.
   

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