Our Board of Directors and Governance Structure:
CMD Board of Directors is the organization's higher governing body, elected by the members at general assembly meeting. All members are responsible for gaining a basic understanding and initiating action in support of CMD's vision, mission, goals, objectives and programs. This includes assisting in expanding CMD’s outreach and increasing its visibility and donors support. All board members are volunteers and serve without compensation.

The following persons serve as members of the Board of Directors:
1.Mrs. Tabitha Ayen Mayom               Chairperson
2.Mrs. Rebecca Nyamai Gatjang         Deputy chairperson
3.Rt. Rev. Thomas Tut Gany              Secretary
4.Rev. David Wuor Ruot                    Finance and Administration (Treasurer)
5.Mr. Gatluak Tiop Gatluak                Member


Management Structure:
The Board of Directors appoints CMD's Executive Director who is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the organization. The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and is in charge of the daily operations of the organization. The Executive Director in consultation with Board of Directors recruits top management staff including Programs Coordinator, Finance Manager and senior program managers, program officers, administration officers, human resources, external relations, field officers and support staff of the organization.


CMD Structure and Geographical focus:
CMD focuses it work to improve, protect and sustain the livelihoods of its beneficiaries by delivering services in the following states in South Sudan:
1.Jonglei State
2.Upper Nile State
3.Unity State
4.Eastern Equatoria State
5.Central Equatoria State
6.Western Equatoria State


CMD Strategic Sectoral focus within South Sudan:

CMD since its foundation has focused its work in the following programmatic areas in order of priority:

1. Education and Child Protection
2. GBV Prevention and Response
3. Water, Sanitation and Hygiene  (WASH)    
4. Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL)            
5. Primary Health Care and Nutrition.
6. Conflict prevention/resolutions, peace and security (Gender mainstreaming and capacity development)
7. Governance and support to civil society organizations
8. Environmental Conservation
9. Emergency relief and Disaster Risk Reduction and management