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Village Court Assistants awarded by District Administration

Village Courts Assistants (VCA) plays a crucial role in attending justice seekers through receiving cases on behalf of the Union Parishad and assisting to arrange the village courts session on regular basis. To boost up their courage, dedication as well as acknowledging their performance, an opinion sharing meeting was organized at the Deputy Commissioner’s conference room in Rangpur district on 31st August 2015. Mr. Rahat Anwar, Deputy Commissioner, Rangpur was present in the meeting as the Chief Guest.
The half day-long meeting started with an inaugural session chaired by Ms. Sultana Parvin, DDLG Rangpur who emphasized on ensuring fair justice for the disadvantaged peoples through village courts service. Md. Mazbahul Azam, District Facilitator, UNDP AVCB Project in Rangpur shared his field-based observations in the meeting. Along with Village Courts Assistants, senior level staff of the partner organization, ESDO, was present in the meeting.

The meeting discussed about the overall performance of the village courts within the district and advised all to give their best efforts to continue the success of the project in coming days. At the end of the meeting Mr. Rahat Anwar, Deputy Commissioner, Rangpur distributed prizes among the Court Assistants following upazila-wise best performance. Quality of case documentation, resolving status and amount of compensation realization were the key indicators in determining the performances of the VCAs. Besides, the meeting highlighted on the case data received from 33 project-UPs under Rangpur district.

The meeting was found very effective and helpful in sorting out the work strategy for the remaining period of the project.


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