CDCB has recruited, trained, and deployed volunteer youth peace activists from three towns: Shashamanne, Arsi Negele, and Batu Town administrations with support from USAID/OTI three months ago. The idea was that these volunteers would promote peace in these towns using different strategies like peace activism by organizing youth networks on telegram on one hand and undertake innovative projects which could be used as a tool of promoting peace on the ground on the other hand. Consequently, the volunteers have performed amazing jobs by financial, technical, and capacity-building supports from CDCB in the last three months. In order to review the projects, the center has organized a community project review on May 6, 2021, on which a community team including the CDCB team, USAID focal person, concerned officials from the town administration, and individuals who render financial support for the volunteers have participated.
Center for Development and Capacity Building hosted a workshop on The Result of The Project “Protecting Lake Damble (Ziway) Through Community Based Integrated Watershed Management” at Elily hotel on April 10, 2021. H.E. Prof. Fekadu Beyene, Commissioner of Environment, Forest and Climate Change of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia on his opening speech indicated that …
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: