Every member of AfCAA shall be governed by a responsible, accountable Board of not less than five individuals, the majority of whom shall be independent. A Board is defined to include Church elders councils, Advisory Boards and Statutory Boards. Board members should be competent individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to honesty, loyalty and excellence. The organization must demonstrate a process of Board orientation and training in matters of corporate governance. The Board shall meet at least semi-annually to ensure vision and mission alignment, establish policies, and review organizational accomplishments against the strategic plan. Furthermore, the Board shall ensure the organization has systems and structures that enable it to discharge its moral, fiscal and social responsibilities. (Request full information on this standard here info@afcaa.org)