As TOCH South Sudan joins the rest of the world to celebrate the World Humanitarian Day today 19th/8/2020,we look at reflection of the days theme “Reallifeheroes” from individual perception of staff in line of duty to serve humanity

Mr. Marko Madut Garang
Executive Director

“I dedicate the day of humanitarian to reflect on  all the staff who have sacrificed their lives,security and health at the expense of providing services to vulnerable people in their respective duty stations,this sacrifices motivates me to work and closely support the work we are doing

As a director,this sacrifices is the definition of love for humanity,i thank you for your desire and love to serve humanity”



Miss Laker Joyce Patra
Head of Programme

“Transforming lives as a humanitarian work is a sacrifice that we all chose to offer to humanity

On the day of World Humanitarian Day,i call upon all humanitarian workers across the Globe to promote dignity of beneficiaries in the different nature of work that  we are doing”




Miss Malang Doruka
Child protection Officer


“let us double our efforts as humanitarian workers in South Sudan to fight bad cultural practices which are more harmful to our children and fight for the  rights and freedom of our children including children with disabilities”




Mr.Peter Tong Mading
Protection Programme Manager


“i call up everyone involve in protection to of civilians to protect       humanitarian workers whose self sacrifice to aid vulnerable people in humanitarian crisis both man-made and natural is beyond description
lets beat COVID 19 pandemic difficulties to aid vulnerable people world wide though this is risk for risks”





Taban Michael
FSL Project Manager

“on this day, i would to extend my appreciation to  us humanitarians working to improve livelihoods in food insecure zones , i call upon government stakeholders  and donors to pay attention to food security in humanitarian sector,let us put more efforts to improve agriculture through modern farming methods for food security  “