In the three years after the inception of the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Unit (PCRU), it has become clear that the unit is trying hard to prove its worth in the current international climate.
In September 2004, three UK ministries came together to create the Post-Conflict Reconstruction Unit (PCRU), which set out to provide the Government and its partners ‘with integrated assessment and planning, and operational expertise, to deliver better and more effective stabilization operations’. In other words, the PCRU helps plan, implement and manage stabilization operations in countries where they are needed. The PCRU also strives to help integrate UK strategy within
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