AFARD is managed according to its Memorandum and Article of Association. At the policy level there is a 5-person gender-sensitive Board of Directors that consists of credible and professionally respected, trusted and experienced public figures. The Board has a Board Secretary who is a practicing high court advocate and solicitor. Founder Members are represented on the Board.
The Board’s policies are implemented by a technical and professional team of well trained, exposed and experienced practitioners in the areas of Policy Analysis, Development Management and Research, Agriculture, Health, Business Development, Governance, and Finance. This team is composed of 34 permanent staffs headed by the Executive Director assisted by the Programmes Manager, Business Development Manager, Enterprise Development Manager, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager, and Finance and Administration Manager.