CDCB has been organizing and facilitating series of consultative workshops, panel discussions and other discussion forums so as to build
consensus and common understanding on the importance of financing RH/FP services and on the need for increased political commitment to ensure the provision of quality RH/FP information and services in Oromia Region. CDCB has tabled for discussion some critical issues and encouraged and motivated concerned bodies to take actions to improve the regional RH/FP policy and services. Thus, as part of its continued effort to support the region in addressing the critical gaps in RH/FP programs and service delivery, CDCB has decided to compile this project summary as it serves as a springboard to learn from its Phase I experience and implement Phase II of the project with better efficiency and higher impact.
This project summary also helps to:
The second phase of this project is also expected to be a continuation of the first one, and more importantly, an opportunity to scale up CDCB’s impact and practice the real inputs of its previous inputs generated from the two years effort exerted to address the RH/FP issues in the region. Thus, CDCB hopes that this project summary will help the Oromia Health Bureau, CCRDA and other stakeholders to reach an agreement on the next focus areas of the project.