Revision with unchanged content. The field of conflict resolution is one of the main instruments for the management of social change. There are non-governmental organizations that practice conflict resolution in fractured communities but they do so as third-party interventionists. A model is hereby proposed where the feuding parties themselves become the NGO for sustaining the positive outcome of the third-party intervention. The work toward sustainability is then reframed as an ethic of transfer to the indigenous parties that were hitherto in conflict. This reframing is performed with the praxis of formal grounded theory and modified by meta-ethnography. Lastly, an argument is made for including a development economist in an inter-disciplinary conflict resolution group because a country in transition could use an economic program to ameliorate or intensify a previous conflict. This book will be helpful to all practitioners of conflict management who are particularly interested in the ethic of project transfer. In short, it is not enough to intervene. One must necessarily build into the intervention an ethic of transfer.