CDCB has Continued Training for Youth Peace Agents on Volunteerism in Peace Building in Arsi Negelle.

Center for Development and Capacity Building (CDCB) has continued a four-day training on ‘Peace Building and Community Service’ with the support of USAID /OTI/Dexis, for Fifteen volunteer youth peace agents in Arsi-Negelle town at Fasika International Hotel today (January 15, 2021) which stays up to January 18, 2021 after concluding that of Shashamane town yesterday.

CDCB Hosted a Validation Workshop on “Conflict Management and Peace Building in Oromia and the Role of the Youth and Social Media”

CDCB conducted assessment on the potential conflicts, their causes, solution and the role of youth and media in peace building in Oromia Regional State. The assessment is part of CDCB “Online Youth Community for Peace and Democracy” project financed by National Endowment for Democracy (NED).  The assessment had two parts that is: land scape analysis …

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Centre for Development and Capacity Building (CDCB) is a non-governmental, non-profit making organization established by a group of practitioners, civic organization leaders and academia. CDCB’s key goal is empowering the people through strengthening institutional and leadership capacity via independent research, tailor-made capacity building trainings, organizing high level forums and implementing innovative projects to be scaled …

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Discussion on: ‘Human, Democratic and Women Rights’ by Women in the community

With the generous funding of Canadian Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) under the Project entitled “Strengthening Women and Girl’s political Engagement and Mobilization” and in collaboration with Women, Youth and Children office of Barek district, Center for Development and Capacity Building (CDCB) had trained (TOT) thirty selected women from ten kebeles and five schools in …

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