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Development Projects

Our projects span across various areas of focus, each with its unique impact and reach.

The Social Enterprise Approach to Eco-Tourism Project (SEATEP), backed by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), is a transformative initiative that aligns with our economic brand pillar. SEATEP aims to leverage eco-tourism for sustainable community development.

The MARA Project is a revolutionary initiative funded by The Maria Holder Memorial Trust, focusing on cultural heritage preservation, personal development, and social innovation & design thinking. This project reflects our social and cultural brand pillars, working tirelessly to dismantle social inequalities and uplift society’s most vulnerable.

The PEEW Project, funded by the Caribbean Policy Development Centre (CPDC) and the European Union, empowers vulnerable female heads of households in Barbados. It’s a vital part of our efforts towards reducing inequality and enhancing competencies.

Our CHIP Project aims to protect our cultural wealth.Co-funded by the European Union, this project works with performing arts groups to safeguard our cultural practices, traditions, and values.

PCW has a long-standing track record of successful resource mobilization and efficient funding management. Through various projects, over the years, we have been able to offer significant support to our children, youth and communities through the many programs and activities.  Special thanks for the unwavering support of our funders and corporate community, for their confidence in the capacity of the Pinelands Creative Workshop and its commitment to change and development.

We invite you to explore each individual project to understand their impact better.

Our initiatives, like the redesigned CALM Program, the Bike Project, and the Housing Project, aim to provide academic support, promote youth entrepreneurship, and develop community tourism products.

At PCW, we believe in the power of social enterprise and ICT as pathways to economic growth. We aim to strengthen existing initiatives and create new ones that lead to economic opportunities and food security.

Here from our Rodney Grant, Consultant and Artistic Director as he speaks on where the organization is at today and where it started

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Join us in our journey towards creating a better future for our community. Together, we can make a difference.