The Board of SPHMN manages the operation of SPHMN. The Board consists of 7 members, including community representatives from the local Village Development Committee. It has a dual role.
- To raise funds for the operation of SPHMN
- To provide a health service to the people of Ghandruk
The Board manages its funds, services and facilities to meet the health challenges and needs of the community. The Board meets annually and holds meetings during the year as the need arises.
The Executive Members of the SPHMN Board are:
President: Bir Singh Gurung
Vice President: Ruku Pudasaini
Secretary: Mahesh Pudasaini
Treasurer: Shiva Dev Bhandari
Members: Suresh Pudasaini, Susma Shahi and Ganga Bir Shrestha
The purpose of Sanjiwani Australia was to:
- Bring together interested people, who have a desire to work together to support committee-agreed charitable services to benefit impoverished people in Nepal.
- Provide a framework for charitable events, fundraising and community participation to support these agreed services.
- Provide an open and visible platform, with access to records and events, available to all members. As agreed by the committee, no property or income will be paid or otherwise distributed, directly or indirectly, to members except in the promotion of the objectives shown in point 1 above.
The Executive Members of Sanjiwani Australia Inc are:
President: John Guilfoyle
Vice President: Bettina Stewart
Public Officer: Shelly Voigt
Treasurer: David Coorey
Members: Louise Edwards, George Lenyk, Helen Mell, Janet Reed, Anneke Vandertol
All Board members, both in Australia and Nepal, are volunteers. They are not remunerated for their time. The Board operations are managed in accordance with its legal obligations, operating in an open and transparent way. Currently, less than 2% of the operating costs are used to manage SPHMN. This ensures that the majority of funds raised are for the purpose of improving health services in the community.