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Third Round of deliberation on the role of Digital Advocacy for Peace under way

The Center for Development and Governance formerly CDCB organized discussion at Elilli International Hotel on (January 2, 2024) on the role of Social Media (SM) for the restoration of peace in Oromia Region. This discussion was a continuation of online campaign targeting youth volunteers who have been part of the activity that gained momentum recently.
The initiative of creating online youth community emanates from recognition of the role of Social Media towards restoration of peace in Oromia Region and the country at large. It is part of an effort of creating impact to minimize hostile tendency over the SM which could exasperate violence.

Youth volunteers discuss role of SM for restoration of peace

The Center for Development and Governance formerly CDCB organized discussion at Elilli International Hotel on (January 2, 2024) on the role of Social Media (SM) for the restoration of peace in Oromia Region. This discussion was a continuation of online campaign targeting youth volunteers who have been part of the activity that gained momentum recently.
The initiative of creating online youth community emanates from recognition of the role of Social Media towards restoration of peace in Oromia Region and the country at large. It is part of an effort of creating impact to minimize hostile tendency over the SM which could exasperate violence.

CDCB conducts Assessment on Community Risk in Borana Zone

Center for Development and Capacity Building (CDCB) conducted community Risk Assessment focusing on natural and manmade hazards identification in Boraan Zone for over 20 days (July 27, 2023– August 25, 2023). The assessment was done under project titled “Integrating Peace-building, Development and Humanitarian Efforts” (IPDHE), under implementation in partnership with the Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) with the financial support from

Eebba dokumeetarii fiilmii agarsiisaaf dhiyyaate irratti ibsa miidiyyaaleef kenname

Center for Development and Capacity Building inaugurated at Hilton International Hotel a documentary organized on damaging consequences of violence in Oromia Region and call for speedy restoration of peace. The CDCB organized the documentary over the last few months with budget support obtained from USAID/ESP, the Donor Partner, and commissioning a film making firm, Qubee Television.

USAID-CDCB A Film Premiere and Policy Review Discussion

Center for Development and Capacity Building inaugurated at Hilton International Hotel a documentary organized on damaging consequences of violence in Oromia Region and call for speedy restoration of peace. The CDCB organized the documentary over the last few months with budget support obtained from USAID/ESP, the Donor Partner, and commissioning a film making firm, Qubee Television.

CDCB Concludes “Hara Dambal” Rehabilitation Project

Center for Development and Capacity Building concludes Lake Danbal Rehabilitation Project (Baraara Hara Danbal) after four years of implementation activities conducted in two phases of two years each. The closeout of the project was announced by the project implementation focal person, Mr. Gedeon Megersa, today at half a day gathering of stakeholders held at Elilly Hotel.

Project Closeout Workshop Held for “Strengthening and Scaling-up of Lake Dambal Conservation Project Through Converted Efforts of Local Actors”

A project closeout workshop held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia stakeholders from government structures, Centre for Development and Capacity Building Management, UNDP small grant program came together to review the final project, “Strengthening and Scaling-up of Lake Dambal Conservation Project Through Converted Efforts of Local Actors.”

Panel Discussion on The Negative Impact of Conflicts in Oromia and its way-out

Human Rights (HR) issues are among priorities of the Center for Development and Capacity Building ever since its establishment. To this effect, the Center has established ‘online youth community’ in order to effectively make use of the social media for HR, Peace and Good Governance promotion. We have designated April 2023 as the month of the social media (Facebook) engagement to promote HR and increasing youth followers to have more impact. The engagement includes competition/challenges, information updates and consultative workshops. This workshop is part of reaching wider stakeholders to build consensus among key stakeholder leadership and the youth so that HR promotion and protection issues gain the concerted efforts of the broader range of societies.

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