Sustainability Plan

Sustainability is an integral aspect of any profession, which include counselling. A sustainability plan is essential in ensuring that professional counselling practices operate in an economic, social, and responsible manner that benefits both the current and future generation. TUCEE plays a significant role in creating awareness and educating people on mental issues, environmental issues and also empowering people. The component of our sustainability plan includes but not limited to:

Monitoring, Evaluation and Feedback

Stakeholders capacity building for continuity

Organizational and human Networking

High social media presences

Research, advocacy and reassessment

Programme diversity to meet the needs of stakeholders

Activity Purpose Modality
Step 1: Monitoring, Evaluation and Feedback System
TUCEE team implements monitoring, evaluation and feedback system to measure the effectiveness of our programmes, resource persons and clients’ satisfaction.
• Survey, • Debriefing, • Feedback from clients, • Staff appraisal • Analysis of programme reports
Step 2: Building stakeholders’ capacity in programme knowledge and skills for continuity.
Empowering this stakeholder is essential for continuity and a long term success in our organization. It allows a greater engagement, collaboration and innovation and help build a culture of shared ownership and responsibilities which creates a win-win situation for all parties involve.
Programmes and stakeholders needs assessment Periodic engagement with stakeholders Seminars, conferences and workshops Role assignment and supervision.
Step 3: Organizational and human Networking
This promotes collaboration and exchange ideas, resources and knowledge, leading to strengthened partnership and improved outcomes. Networking with others companies also benefits TUCEE organization by creating new business opportunities and partnerships.
Seminars, conferences and workshops Provision of free services to targeted organisations from whom TUCEE seeks partnership. Attend programmes of other organizations.
Step 4: High social media presences
We leverage on social media platform and other digital tools to spread information about our projects and programmes. This also serves as a platform for sharing updates on the progress of the projects including pictures, videos and testimonials.
Creating websites, social media pages and blogs. Streaming our programmes on social media handles. Provision of self-help information on social media handles. Advertising our programmes on social media.
Step 5 Research, advocacy and reassessment
To advance our programmes, skills and knowledge through the development of scientific theories, concepts and ideas. This will enhance productivity, sustainability and social transformation. Human beings are dynamic and so are our needs.
Quantitative and qualitative research. Community and stakeholders forums. Site visits.
Step 6 Programme diversity to meet the needs of stakeholders.
Programme diversity is to help TUCEE develop customized programmes to meet the ever changing needs of our clients.
Implementation of programmed related research recommendations. Development of new programmes to meet clients needs.

 Prepared by TUCEE Team. Approved by Management as a working document 

Monitoring, Evaluation & Reporting Framework

This framework provides a guide to the smooth monitoring, accountability and reporting of the activities of TUCEE Organization. The outline for the framework includes; 

• Monitoring and Evaluation 

• Accountability 

• Reporting 

• Recommendation

Monitoring and Evaluation 

TUCEE Organization shall conduct a monitoring and evaluation session(s) on a quarterly basis. Monitoring of determined activities in achieving the overarching action plan(s) shall; 

• Incorporate TUCEE’ specific data collection tool and appropriate methods for monitoring activity progress on a defined period basis (earlier than the quarter or half-year).  

• Have periodic (weekly, monthly, quarterly) review meetings with stakeholders. 

• Record and maintain an accurate progress report after each review meeting 

• Populate the monitoring and evaluation report on our database 

Evaluation of activities will assist TUCEE to determine performance and relevant changes for success. TUCEE in collaboration with soliciting company shall:  

• Determine baselines for each activity in the  implementation plan  

• Review on a periodic basis using the implementation and monitoring tools to determine performance status.  

• Modify or sustain performance linked activities to assure continuous implementation of project activities 

• Generate any relevant reports and submit to appropriate stakeholders. 


The implementation, monitoring, evaluation and sustainability of activities and successes requires the extensive participation of TUCEE team and stakeholders. All people assigned roles shall be required to:  

• Organise periodic meetings to brief Management of TUCEE on the success, challenges, and status of all assigned activities.  

• Innovate any relevant activities necessary for the success of our programmes 

• Account for and keep  proper records of any activity, material, monetary and humans assigned 

Reporting Implementation  Objective(s):  

• Derive the objective(s) from the project implementation plan 

• Base your objective on the specific, measureable, achievable, relevant and time bound.  

General Baseline 

• Baseline should indicate the current status of the objective(s) stated as determined by the project stakeholders General Expected Outcome(s)   

• Provide the expected performance level determined as compliant or a success indicator for the objective(s) stated 

• Indicate your expected target in percentage.  

Stakeholder (s) Consulted 

• Specify stakeholders consulted for the objective(s) 

Monitoring and Evaluation 

Milestones (Timeframe) 

• The milestone can be weekly, monthly, quarterly,  annual or biannual. 

Activity (s)     

• Indicate the activities to be implemented towards achieving the stated objectives. 


• Provide stakeholders in TUCEE and the soliciting institution who will be leading the implementation of the activities in the various project activities 

Actual Results 

• What benefit(s) will yield out of addressing the identified gap(s) between the expected target and the expected outcome? 

• What is the expected change or transformation?

Performance Status 

• Depending on the general expected target(s), indicate the percentage of your achievement.  

Means of Verification 

• Provide evidence required to ascertain the achievement of results including data sources.


Based on your report, observation, self-assessment and among others during the implementation, use the following as a guide to provide a recommendation(s) 

• Were your objectives achieved? 

• If not, what steps are required to get the objectives achieved? 

• What roadblocks or challenges emerged over during the implementation?  

• How can these challenges be avoided in the future? 

• Provide your suggestions and recommendation.