The Project for Conflict Resolution and Development (PCRD) is a development
organisation working primarily in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa, that
researches, designs, trains and facilitates processes that enable disadvantaged and/or
at- risk communities and organisations to positively deal with conflict and
Organisational Aims and Objectives
To develop a community transformation process that can be replicated. This process
includes building the capacity of Civil Society Organisations; establishing Conflict
Management Systems and research and skills development for Municipal Ward
Committees, Officials and Councillors.
PCRD seeks to manage existing conflicts, diffuse conflict in development processes as
they arise and to develop sustainable mechanisms of handling conflicts in development
To work in local communities with all refugee / migrants / asylum seekers and
community stakeholders to improve the level of communication between these groups
as well as support the integration of refugees into the community and reduce and
manage any conflicts that occur.
To develop and implement a comprehensive Safe School Programme for schools in
Education Districts in the Eastern Cape (this will include publications, training, research
To provide Organisational Development Processes to schools, to improve the quality of
school management and education at schools.
To build the capacity of Youth, Women and Disabled Persons Structures to enable them
to interact effectively with their local municipality and to enable them to input on
Municipal Integrated Development Plans and budgets.
Project for Conflict Resolution & Development