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Ad hoc European Committee for the World Anti-Doping Agency (CAHAMA) 

The Ad Hoc European Committee for the World Anti-Doping Agency (CAHAMA) is a committee of experts responsible for coordinating the positions of States parties to the European Cultural Convention acting on behalf of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).

Missions
The CAHAMA’s mission is to:

Members
The CAHAMA is made up exclusively of States parties to the European Cultural Convention. Each State nominates its delegate, who can be a high official from a national ministry or the national anti-doping authority. The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe and the European Commission can be represented at CAHAMA meetings, the latter being as an observer. The representatives of the Europe region on the Foundation Board and in the Executive Committee of WADA are also invited to the meetings of the CAHAMA.
The Chair and Vice-Chair are elected on a majority of votes for a duration of 2 years. This mandate can be renewed once.

Meetings
The CAHAMA meetings are held twice a year, immediately before or after the meetings of the Monitoring Group of the Anti-Doping Convention. Each country has one vote.