The members of the Board of Directors:


Honorary President : H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

H.R.H. The Princesse of Hanovre - President

H.E. Mr. Jean-Claude MICHEL - Vice-President

Mr. Jérôme FROISSART - Secretary General

Mr. Jean-Paul SAMBA - Treasurer

Mrs. Suzanne LAVAGNA - Administrator

H.E. Mr. Jacques BOISSON - Administrator

Mr. Jean KERWAT - Administrator

Mrs. Patricia REY - Administrator

Mrs. Spès NIHANGAZA - Administrator and President of AMADE Burundi

Mr. Christophe GUILLEMIN - Administrator

Mr. Guillaume ROSE - Administrator

Mr. Paulo UCHOA - Administrator








Mr. Jérôme FROISSART - Secretary General

Mrs. Ana-Maria HAHN - Programme Manager

Mrs. Mathilde REFALO - Project Manager

Mrs. Allison SIMIAN - Administrative Assistant






In order to implement its intervention strategy, AMADE relies on a network of partners sharing its commitment to children.

This network is based on:

- institutions, organizations and associations recognized for their expertise, sharing the vision, missions and values ​​of AMADE and having the capacity to implement projects that illustrate the intervention strategy and programs initiated by it ;
- companies wishing to work alongside AMADE as part of their commitments in terms of social responsibility;
- donors, individuals or legal entities who, through their philanthropic commitment, wish to support the programs it supports.

The network of AMADE's partners is mobilized to:
- implement projects and programs initiated or supported by AMADE;
- mobilize the resources needed to fund them;
- carry and spread the palidoyer developed by AMADE and / or its partners.





As an approved Monegasque NGO of International Solidarity (Act N°1.355 of December 23, 2008 - Ministerial Decree N°2010-3441 of July 8, 2010), AMADE Mondiale's accounts are audited twice a year, by an Auditor, as well as by the Expenditure Control Authority of the Prince's Government.


The annual grant allocated by the Prince's Government in the name of operating costs allows AMADE Mondiale to limit its operating costs to less than 12% of all expenses.