Panel discussion on Religion , secularism and Identity Venue: – Elilly International Hotel March 23 2021
Following the establishment of ‘Walda Baraarsa Hara Dambal’ with equivalent meaning -Association for Saving Lake Dambal on March 7, 2021, CDCB has again organized a workshop that brought the three major stakeholders (Community Association, Private Sector, and Government officials) together on March 13, 2021. The workshop has aimed at creating a forum on which the community association:
It has been more than one and a half years since Center for Development Capacity Building (CDCB) has started implementing a UNDP Ethiopia Funded project entitled “Protecting Lake Dambel (Ziway) through Community Based Integrated Watershed Management”. Since the commencement of the project, CDCB has undertaken various activities like stakeholder analysis, launching workshops, various training, community, private sector, and local structure inclusive dialogues on how to concert efforts to save the lake. Not only these but also it has selected areas for protection and buffers zone developments, organized youth for seedling preparations, seedling plantations, and organizing community’s cooperative.
CDCB is conducting a two-day training under the title “Designing and Implementation of Project Using Conflict Sensitivity Approach” for volunteer youth peace agents who have been engaging in peace Building activities for the last 45 days. During the two-day training sessions, volunteer’s reports will be presented, proposals for the next forty-five days are appraised and the appropriate one is selected in addition to training delivered on project cycle management and conflict sensitivity approach of implementing projects. This training was delivered for Shashamane and Arsi Negelle youth peace Agents from March 1-2 and March 3-5 respectively. It is now underway starting from today March 5, 2021, stays for two days ending on March 6, 2021, in Batu (Ziway) town, at Oromia State University.
A training with a similar topic “Project cycle Management and Conflict sensitivity” under way at Negele Arsi by CDCB for Youth Peace Agents of Negele.
The planed training on designing and implementation of project using conflict sensitivity approach for Shashamane Youth peace agents Commenced at Hamilton Hotel. On the introduction session it is told that the two-day session in Shasemene will be all about the next community peace building projects to be executed in the next 45 days by the […]