IMGA is governed by an Executive Committee which manages the affairs and funds of IMGA. The duties of the Executive Committee also include planning for conferences, elections and publications. The terms of office are for two years.
IMGA Chapters are groups within a region bringing together people in an area (city, country, etc.) or in an organization (university, government agency, etc.) interested in medical geology. All members of the Chapter must be members of the Association. A Chapter must consist of at least five (5) members. To be recognized as a formal Chapter the members must send a request to the IMGA board. Upon approval a certificate of recognition will be issued.
Chapters are a way to locally facilitate the growth of medical geology. The concept of developing Chapters is a fundamental basis by which larger societies strengthen their regional and eventually their national development. Members of Chapters pay individual dues to IMGA. All affiliated organisations, including Chapters, must send regular reports for the newsletter. A certain amount of the membership dues paid can be requested by the Chapters for their activities.
We have members from following countries: