Peace and Conflict Resolution

Contact Information

Areas of Expertise

Peace and Conflict Resolution (PCR) has expertise in a range of areas, including:

Main Aims and Objectives

Peace and Conflict Resolution (PCR) was founded in Bukavu, South-Kivu by Pastor Samuel Muderhwa and his wife Faida in 2004. PCR is a humanitarian organization, not a political one. Its aims to create peace and promote reconciliation, to bring broken families together, to give vulnerable children hope, and to empower women who have been affected by the war. PCR’s activities focus on education to nurture and promote responsible decision-making and problem solving skills.

PCR is focused on resolving conflict at community level. PCR strives to establish a society where people and communities are empowered with the skills to overcome conflict and take charge of their own destiny.

Upholding the Principles of Conflict Transformation

The people of the Eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo have experienced unimaginable chaos caused by the various wars that have taken place in the region. In response, PCR continues to build strong leadership in peace-building, provide skills training, and cares for – and gives hope to – vulernable groups. PCR supports – through education and physical means – the victims of war.

Where and with Whom

PCR is currently based in South-Kivu, but envisages reaching other areas in the future.PCR works with different groups, but mostly with Vulnerable children, youth and young single mothers, grandmothers and displaced persons, amongst other groups, as they were mostly affected by the war.

Main Activities in the Field of Conflict Transformation

PCR’s main activities include:

  • Conflict resolution skills training and seminars;
  • Psychological support/counselling and drama workshops;
  • Peer education and drug abuse awareness rehabilitation;
  • Entrepreneurial training and handcraft skills development;
  • Children Rights awareness and advocacy in communities and schools;
  • Sport cohabitation activities and adult education;
  • Healing spiritually and trauma.

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