The Holy Trinity Peace Village Kuron Implementation Plan 2013-2015

The Holy Trinity Peace Village
Implementation Plan 2013-2015
• The Holy Trinity Peace Village Kuron will draw up an operational
implementation plan with specific objectives, detailed activities,
targets and resources required for implementation.
• On the basis of the operational plan resources for implementation
of the plan will be mobilised.
– writing proposals to development partners, donors, and government
of South Sudan
– Work out annual work plan for 3 years with timelines and accountable
– resources will be allocated and implementation carried out.
• The annual work plan of each year will be broken down into
quarterly plans and be reviewed quarterly and eventually annually.
Introduction (2)
• Unfinished tasks for a given year will be rolled over to the subsequent
implementation year until all the tasks of the entire operational plan are
• Capacity of management and staff will be strengthened to enable effective
and efficient implementation.
• Documentation of successes, challenges, best practices, lessons learnt and
impact on the lives of the target community members will be given
considerable attention.
• The improved documentation allows learning and sharing with other
stakeholders for improved performance, future programming, and
replication of the best practices.
• Monitoring and Evaluation will depend on the specific project output and
Overall Objective
• The overall goal of this programme is rooted
in long term peace building among pastoral
communities that engages them in
development initiatives in The HTPVK
Main Strategies
Engage the communities in Peace Building
Community Based Education Intervention
Food and income security through agriculture
Community Primary Health Care
Pastoral and Spiritual Care of the Community
Our Programmes
• To attract more children and enroll them in
• provide equal opportunities for boys and girls
• retain children and guarantee completion of the
basic school cycle
• ensure the management of the school is efficient
and effective to deliver quality basic education
for the learners
Early Childhood Development/
Nursery Education
Key Activities:
• Community mobilization, sensitization, and
• Formation of School Management Committees,
and Parents Teachers Association, and their
• Increase number of teachers by 2 from 3 to 5
• Increase support staff to 4 in 2013
• Construction of 6 classrooms including office
• Ensure safety and security by fencing the school
• Increase external exchange and exposure
Early Childhood Development/
Nursery Education (2)
Inputs for the programme:
• Instructional materials
• Staff salaries
• Food
• Uniforms
• Motorcycle
• Bicycles School
• Computer
• Printer
• Projector system
Primary School Education
Primary School Activities
1. Monthly community mobilization campaigns
2. Monthly school supervision and inspection
3. Refresher subject oriented workshops for teachers
4. School gardening lessons and tree planting exercises
5. Provide lady care sanitary materials school girls
6. Constant Lighting system for night studies
Capital investment and equipment
1. Dormitory for 48 primary school girls
2. Teachers shared twin blocks
3. Clean water source for school
4. Electricity lighting system (solar panel)
Primary School Education
Renovation of building for library
3 Toilets and 3 bathrooms for 48 girls
Dining hall for 350 pupils
Sick bay for emergency
01 motorcycle and 01 bicycle
Lady care sanitary pads
Human resources needed
• Teachers
• Matron (multitasking)
• Support staff
• Instructional materials
Accelerated Learning Project (ALP)
• Objectives: provide opportunities for young adults
who have dropped out of school or never had the
change to go to school to attain formal education
• Activities
• Annual registration of ALP learners
• Recruit ALP teachers
• Purchase instructional materials annually
• Facilities to be used:
• Existing primary school classrooms
• Nursery school classrooms
Vocational Training School VTS
Objectives: To empower the youth through vocational skills to gain
practical knowledge in cross-cultural communication, peace building,
skills development, and harmonious coexistence
Major courses
• Catering and food technology training (3 - 6months)
• Tailoring and fashion design (3-6 months)
• Metal and blacksmith hand tools fabrication (3-6 moths)
• Building concrete practice/carpentry and joinery (3-6 months)
• Motor vehicle mechanical course (3-6 months)
• Crafts and Cosmetology courses (3-6 months)
• Cross-cutting vocational courses
• Business skills development (1-3 month)
• Community conflicts and reconciliation skills (1-3months)
Functional Adult Literacy
Goal: Providing opportunities for adults to live in peace,
communicate, and live a dignified life
• Attainment of permanent literacy and numeracy
• Acquisition of functional knowledge, attitudes, practices,
behaviour, skills, and values relevant to the life of the
• Development of national awareness of individual and
• Promotion of lifelong learning in the community
• Activities: Literacy, numeracy, communication skills,
practical survival skills, peace and reconciliation
Pastoral and Spiritual Care
Objective: Improve pastoral and spiritual care of the
population through preaching and witnessing to the love of
• Catechesis
• Pastoral outreach
• Counselling and guidance
• Administration of sacraments
• On-going formation for the various groups
• Liturgical books, instruments, and items
• Church Infrastructure, facilities, and equipment
• Transport and logistics
Pastoral and Spiritual Care
Capital investment
• Toyota Land cruiser
• Motorcycle
• Bicycles
Equipment and Materials
• Liturgical books
• Fuel disease 2000 litres a year
• Human Resources Maintenance ( Catechists,
Priests, Bishop)
Clinic and Community Health
Objectives: Provide quality health and
medical/clinical services for the population in and
out of Kuron Peace Village
Activity Targets:
• Trinity Peace Village Kuron
• Out Patient Department /year
• In Patient Department/year
• Epidemic emergencies and community health
Clinic and Community Health (2)
Required facilities
• Maternity ward
• Drug store
• Antenatal clinic space
• Injection and wound dressing rooms
• Vacuum (manual) extractor
• Placenta hole
• Improve Water Sanitation Hygiene in the centre
• Container for keeping carcases
• Staff tent houses
• Deep freezer
Clinic and Community Health (3)
• Available facilities: Male general ward and
Female general ward
• Required Health Centre Human resources
• Clinical officer
• Registered nurse
• Midwifery nurse
• Laboratory technician
• Pharmacist
• Nursing assistants
• Community nurse
Community Development &
Objective: Strengthen and increase the human security of
the citizen and to promote peace and reconciliation
within and among the communities of South Sudan
• Target: Various Pastoralist Tribes in South Sudan,
Kenya, Northern Uganda, and Ethiopia targeting Youth
Warriors, Chiefs and Elders and Women in Kauto
Conflict early-warning & monitoring:
• Collection, exchange and documentation of
information on insecurity through radio, fact finding
missions and field visits
Community Development &
Conflict prevention mitigation and management
Peace and Dialogue meetings
assistance in communication between conflict parties
Community reconciliation
Building Local Capacities for Peace
Training and monitoring of and Community Security and Peace
Community sensitization and civic education
Exposure and exchange events between tribes using sports and
Strengthening the role of women through group facilitation
Coordination and management of the Integrated
pastoral outreach programme
• Support of the outreach activities of all the programmes
Peace and Community Development
Capital investments
• Repair of the Unimog
• 3 Motorcycles
• Extra Tents & camping equipment
• Fuel
• Codan Base Radio
• Rebuilding of footbridge and fencing of Youth Centre
• Office and storage space
Human resources
• 2 extra staff (female) needed in addition to the 5
existing staff
Agriculture Extension
Objectives: To promote crop farming alongside cattle grazing for
family stability, increased household income and food security
• 1. Village demonstration farms
• 2. Namuton Village / 1 farmers group
• 3. Village Based Demonstration famers (seeds – okra/cassava)
• 4. School garden
• 5. Youth Managed Open Market Veterinary Services
Association (YMOMVS)
• 6. Agricultural land allocation village meetings for peaceful
animal grazing and crop farming campaigns
Agriculture Extension
Approach/Targets (cont.)
• 7. Establishing early warning systems of animal movements during dry
weather seasons
• 8. Building sample food storage granaries owned by village lead farmers
• 9. Purchase of 100sq m rubber hall store
• 10. Income Generating Activities
• 11. Training of donkeys for ox-ploughing, tractor hire
Human resources
• 1. Technical staff
• 2. Support staff
• 3. Seconded local extension staff
Finance Administration and
Objectives: Provide efficient, effective, and reliable
programme management capacity in administration
and management of the organizational resources
• 1. Board of Directors
• 2. Directing Programmes
• 3. Programme management
• 4. Project Coordination
• 5. Liaison and Public Relations
• 6. Common Services
and Finance Administration
Main Activities
• Revision of Constitution (Articles & Memorandum of Associations)
• Developing policies and routines of programme management
• Developing operational manuals for finance, human resource,
capital assets and equipment management
• Developing rationale for new projects
• Regular senior Management & General Staff Meetings
• Regular internal and external donor-partner communication
• Developing a clear simple and cost effective monitoring and
evaluation system
• To improve the logistics and procurement system
Strategy to realize the implementation
The HTPVK will develop a plan to ease mobilisation of
resources to realize this Implementation Plan through:
• Directly using the implementation plan, publicizing it
and lobbying for support among partners, friends and
• writing project proposals on selected aspects of the
plan to fundraise the required resources
• To be able to determine the resources a budget will be
developed based on detailed activities
• The HTPVK will ensure that key position are filled by
qualified staff
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
Introduction of a monitoring system:
• Monitoring the process
• The timely, efficient and effective implementation of activities will be
followed up.
• Main tools: activity schedules and work plans for programmes and
projects, monthly internal reporting
• Annual review of the 3-years implementation Plan
• Monitoring the effect/impact of the Implementation Plan
• Focus will be on outputs, outcomes and short-term impact of the plan.
The tools to be used here will be: the Logical Framework; Output and
Outcome Matrix.
• Monitoring the Cost Performance
• The concern will be on cost effectiveness, financial discipline and value for
money, based on the budget of this Plan and programme/project budgets
to ensure that expenditures are within the budget lines and accountability
Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
The HTPVK will:
• Establish a comprehensive M&E system which allows effective
tracking and documentation of the progress and changes in
implementation as well as best practices and lessons learnt.
• Project site visits by programme management will be feeding data
and information to the main system for further analysis.
Data from reports and field visits will be used to
• track progress towards the achievements of all components of the
Implementation Plan;
• Identify gaps and weaknesses in implementation;
• Provide a basis for taking corrective measures to deviations;
• Plan, prioritise, allocate and manage resources;
• Monitor the effect and impact of the operations of the Strategic
Plan to the target beneficiaries.
This is the End of Presentation of the
HTPVK Implementation Plan 2013-2015
Thank you very much for
Alakara Looi

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