The World Congress is the supreme organ of the World Federation, which consists of the representatives of WFUCA’s Members. It meets every four years.
The World Congress determines the General Rules and the guidelines of work of the Organization. Its duty is to set the programmes and the budget of WFUCA. It also elects the Members of the Executive Board and the President.
The Executive Board ensures the overall management of WFUCA. The functions and responsibilities of the Executive Board are derived primarily from the Constitution and General Rules laid down by the World Congress.
The Executive Board consists of the members elected by the World Congress (including the President, five Vice-Presidents, five members and a Treasurer) and the ex-officio members.
The Secretariat is the Executive Branch of the organisation. It consists of the Secretary-General and the Staff appointed by him or her.