The General Assembly is the forum for all Members to participate in setting the FEFANA overall objectives and strategy. Meetings are held at least once per calendar year (AGM).
The FEFANA Board is presently made up of 10 elected Directors. The Board of Directors has the powers to administer and manage the association, including delegation of management to the Secretary General. It also contributes to the relationship with the network, supports the Secretary General for implementing the strategy and it may represent the Association. Meetings are held at least twice per calendar year.
Strategic Thrust Groups
Strategic Thrust Groups are composed of FEFANA Members’ experts and are responsible for the implementation of activities to achieve strategic objectives agreed upon by the General Assembly. These objectives are usually long-term and the groups have no predetermined time frame.
|List of Strategic Groups (established or to be established in 2016)|
|Positioning SFIs as Key Contributor in Animal Production Chain|
|Fair Competition and Transparency in Regulatory Process|
|Support Expansion SFIs at Global Level|
Operational Expert Groups
Operational Expert Groups are composed of FEFANA Members’ experts. These Experts Groups are established to provide inputs for FEFANA positioning on specific scientific and/or regulatory topics to be addressed within a predetermined time frame. The list of existing operational Expert Groups is available only to FEFANA Members.
Our national partners are the FEFANA first liaise with local competent authorities and stakeholders. Within the individual Member States, the national organisation partner with FEFANA represents the local interests of the Specialty Feed Ingredients Industry. FEFANA Member companies are encouraged to contribute to the local networking organisation, in countries where they are present.
The FEFANA Team is based in Brussels. They support the work of the experts groups and provide the relevant services to the FEFANA Members. In addition, FEFANA permanent staff also assists to coordinate the work of the national network organisations in some cases.