The focus of the organization is on Development and Reconstruction of the Southern African part of the African Continent in the areas of: training and capacity building; community dialogues; research; and creating a culture of non-violence.
Strengthening communities and developing leadership working with Local Government, traditional leaders, religious leaders, civil society organisations, councillors, community development forums to build peaceful communities. This work is designed to enhance the abilities and skills of community leaders to respond to conflicts in their various communities.
Dealing with attitudes regarding women’s gender roles and sexuality issues; community women in leadership positions; empowering victims of abuse; empowering women for economic livelihood; and women’s rights as human rights. This work is designed to enhance and develop the abilities and skills of community women as leaders to uplift their communities..
Programs under this project focus on developing peaceful schools in various Western Cape Districts. SADRA works with learners, educators, community leaders and School Governing Body (SGB) to build peaceful schools. Themes include:
Peer Mediation – Peer mediation has proved to bring about change in South African school communities.
Restorative practice - Restorative practice within the school context advocates for positive discipline methods as a replacement for the punitive measures.
We partake in election monitoring and oberservation through our partnership with with IEC.
Church renewal consists of 4 main elements which are Pastoral Support, Leadership, Strategic Planning and Intervention