CDCB has been implementing a project entitled “Strengthening Women and Girl’s political Engagement and Mobilization” in collaboration with the Women, Youth, and Children office of Berrek district, with the support of the Canadian Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI). The center has delivered TOT training for selected leading women on “Human, Democratic and Women Rights” and the leading women have been leading community dialogues that have been conducted at the community level with women and girls in more than ten Kebeles for the last two years.
Since 2019 CDCB has been implementing a project entitled “preventing the transmission of HIV/AIDS from Pregnant mothers to newly born babies during delivery (PMTCT) in Mojo, Bishoftu, and Dukam towns of east Shoa zone of Oromia Reginal state with the support from Viiv Healthcare. Among the major activities of the project are forming cooperatives and giving training on basic business skills and providing start-up or seed money to economically empower project beneficiaries. In connection to this, CDCB has organized refresher training two days of training for the cooperative members from February 12 and 13, 2021 at Bishoftu and Mojo towns.
CDCB is implementing the Women Empowerment Project in the Barek district of Oromia Special zone surrounding Finfinnee in coordination with the Women, Youth and Children office with financial support from the Canadian Fund for local initiatives. The project conducts series of dialogues on the human, democratic and women rights among women residing in kebeles, female teachers, and students of schools found in the district with the facilitation of ‘Leading Women’ who had received TOT training.
Center for Development and Capacity Building (CDCB) has organized a four days (February 1-4, 2021) training on “Peace Building Through Digital Media” for fifteen volunteer youth peace activists at Magnolia Hotel, Bole-Addis Ababa Ethiopia. This initiative is financially support by National Endowment for Democracy (NED). The objective of the training is to equip the volunteer …