“This Strategic Plan is designed in line with National Development Strategy, the African development agenda as well as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)” – Marko Madut, Executive director, TOCH SS

The Organization for Children’s Harmony (TOCH) organized two day workshop from 7 – 8 April 2022. The work was planned to provide platform for staff and partners to review and validate the 3rd Strategic Plan covering the period 2022-2027. The workshop aimed to review TOCH’s past programs, current priorities, and develop a strategic direction for organization institutional and programmatic vision.  The workshop was attended by a total of 35 participants drawn from TOCH Senior Management Team (SMT), Board of Trustees (BoT), field teams, beneficiaries and government representatives from RRC and Ministry of Gender and Social Welfare. Speaking at the opening of the workshop, the Director for Relief and Rehabilitation in Warrap state commended TOCH important role in the community and disclosed that the state government has develop its own three year strategic plan which agencies like TOCH may contribute to.

Marko Madut Garang Executive Director Speaking during TOCH Strategic Plan for 2022-2027 in Juba.

“We feel valued to be part of TOCH programs because TOCH always consults us before planning any activity in our community” – John Maker, member of community-based peace committee in Yirol

TOCH strategic plan encompasses institutional and programmatic targets for the next five years and lays out strategies to scale up its operations both in terms of geographic scope as well as expanding its sectors.

Nyanut Madut, Director General in the Ministry of gender, Child and Social Welfare of Warrap state grace the Strategic Plan Validation Workshop in Juba

At presence, TOCH implements projects in protection, peacebuilding, food security as well as Water and Sanitation (WASH) in four states of Bahr el Ghazal.

In the new strategic plan, TOCH scale up its resources mobilization efforts to enable its programs to meet the needs of the communities in their current operations and venture into new areas based on needs and availability of resources.

Mario John Nyibanga Chiarman of TOCH Board of Trustees speaking during Strategic Plan in Juba