The G.A.A.C.’s Advisory Council
The Global Alliance Against Cholera is composed of senior representatives of public, private and international organisations that have their own services, or are financially supporting other Health, Water and Sanitation programs worldwide.
All share concern for the elimination of the causes of cholera, and establishment of preventive techniques, to control endemic cholera and other water borne infectious diseases. The representatives who serve as a Council of Advisors to the Alliance are considering ways to increase the coordination of their individual and organizational efforts to achieve a comprehensive and integrated cholera prevention program in each of the targeted areas.
The G.A.A.C. is directed by Dr. Ibrahim A. Mayaki, who is also serving as the Chief Executive Officer of N.E.P.A.D., a Development program sponsored by the African Union. He formerly served as Prime Minister of Niger.