Month: December 2021

Training on Indigenous conflict management practice and approach-Day 3

The project “indigenous conflict management practice and approach” in Negele, Arsi  is part of the project “Strengthening and Scaling up youth peace agents” project. CDCB took the initiative to expand different peace agents in different community particularly in Oromia ,with the support of USAID/OTI/Dexis, a while ago and has been doing a great job ever …

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Training on Indigenous conflict management practice and approach-Day 2

In different society there are various approaches that is taken to resolve issues that might arise in a community. Since conflicts are inevitable to avoid, one should have knowledge and skills on how to address and deal with any issue in their daily life. On the first session of the second day of training on …

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TRAINING ON INDIGENOUS CONFLICT MANAGEMENT PRACTICE AND APPROACH STARTED

Conflicts are inventible to avoid and can occur between any race, gender, and in different members of any community. Human beings are said to be a sociable being and tend to live and do everything in a collective manner and it is a known fact that we all vary in looks, thoughts, childhood backgrounds, educational …

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