Change lives

Together we can change lives of every Mosotho for the better..

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Help

Transformation Resource Centre (TRC) and Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) have established a fund to assist families of soldiers detained on suspicion of a mutiny plot. These funds will help to cover the legal, socio-psychological counseling and other expenses the families are facing....

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Information

Information brings knowledge, and knowledge is what we believe in...

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Yes, that would be the logical choice

Since its inception, and first launched by Transformation Resource Centre (TRC) in 2008
the book donation initiative has achieved astounding and substantial results in primary schools, secondary schools, high schools and most importantly, at the community level.

  • TRC has donated books to 27 schools in Lesotho, across 8 districts, Maseru, Berea, Thaba-Tseka, Mafeteng, Mohale’s Hoek, Quthing, Qacha’s Nek and Leribe. This year the Resource Centre will donate 10.506 books to the same schools that have been receiving donations for the third year of the five years intended for this s econd group of schools benefiting from donations.
  • Through its resource centre unit, TRC has so far distributed more than 67,000 books to primary schools, secondary schools, high schools, juveniles, heard-boys, SMARTD and disabled persons centres in the country. Most schools that received books managed to set up school mini-libraries in their schools. They have also reported a remarkable improvement in school’s performance in Primary School Leaving Examinations and Cambridge Overseas Certificate Examinations, particularly in English as a subject
 

WHO WE ARE

Transformation Resource Centre (TRC) is an ecumenical organization dedicated to the promotion of justice, peace, good governance and participatory development. Established in 1979, TRC’s main focus is to empower communities to take lead in advocating for the development that aims to better their lives. Through structured programmes, TRC works for and with communities to influence government policy decisions through a number of activities that i. Contribute to transforming the orientation, understanding and management of public-interest issues/topics (including linkages with concerns of different social constituencies –men, women, youth, prisoners, language and other national minorities, etc.) ii. Research and document national (primarily) and related regional, continental and international developments in thematic areas (Research and Documentation) iii. Analyse policies, current trends and possible directions; and advise policy makers and other identified stakeholders and actors in order to improve (policy analysis and input) iv. Educate and provide new information, perspectives, etc. (education and knowledge dissemination) v. Train and build skills base to be used for developmental and transformation purposes (skills and capacity-building) vi. Develop, create or contribute to new knowledge and understanding through discussion and debate (knowledge exchange/dialogue stimulation) vii. Provide services that help and enable clients solve their own problems (service and voice/advocacy) structured programmes, TRC works for and with communities to influence government policy decisions through a number of activities that:

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We are currently available for work. Please, contact us for more information at contact [at] info@trc.org.ls