CCMT is proud to announce the launch of its Peace Mapping Directory. The first of its kind in Zimbabwe, the directory is comprised of a hard copy publication and interactive CD which maps out peace initiatives in Zimbabwe by province. Included in the publication is a contact database of the peace building organisations currently working in the sector, making it…
CCMT is excited to be celebrating 10 successful years of operation in 2013. Our journey began in 2002 with the formation of the Coalition on Conflict Management Trust. In 2003, we transformed into the Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT). Over the years, the nature and scope of our work has evolved. Through experimentation we have developed a unique…
CCMT has so far completed two out of three documentaries as part of its ‘Transforming through Conflict Series’. The series is a collection of films which show how several communities have dealt with conflicts which have divided them. A third film which focuses on the nature of the relationship between NGOs, the state and communities in Zimbabwe is currently in…
Search for Common Ground (SFCG) has partnered with CCMT’s Consultancy Department to conduct a series of weeklong community outreaches, which centre around the screening of episodes of popular Zimbabwean TV soap ‘The Team’. The outreaches are being carried out in Mvurwi, Gutu, Magunje, Lupane, Rusape and Mutoko. The 5 day outreaches consist of screenings of selected episodes of the soap,…
“Imminent divorces, discordant couples, neighbourhood squabbles, extended family feuds, polygamy wrangles, clergy bickering, property rows.....the list goes on. The disputes may be wide and varied, for the most part complicated and controversial, others, too personal and confidential. Nonetheless, all are potential time bombs. If unresolved, they can lead to unfortunate consequences of violence, damage to property and even death. We…
Tino squatted alone at the borehole square. The chilling winter breeze rested on his scantily dressed body, the frosty dew ate from below his bare feet. His hands were frozen, he could not move. The small pieces from the broken 20 litre water bucket he was struggling to lift were strewn all around him. A myriad of questions engulfed him.…
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