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Activating Village Courts in Bangladesh Phase II Project

Activating Village Courts in Bangladesh Phase II (AVCB II) Project facilitates local authorities in making village courts functional at 1,080 unions with financial supports and a tri-partnership with European Union (EU), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Bangladesh. The Local Government Division (LGD) of the Ministry of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives (MoLGRD&C) is implementing this project for creating wider access to dispute resolutions services for the rural people particularly poor and vulnerable at the community level.

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Village Courts play effective role in promoting peace in rural areas: EU  Ambassador
Village Courts play effective role in promoting peace in rural areas: EU Ambassador
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Consultation meetings with judiciary and police at district level
Consultation meetings with judiciary and police at district level
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Additional Secretary of Local Government Division visits the Village Court in Kulaura
Additional Secretary of Local Government Division visits the Village Court in Kulaura
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Government will make Village Courts functional across the country gradually
Government will make Village Courts functional across the country gradually
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Trainings of Trainers on Village Courts
Trainings of Trainers on Village Courts
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SIDA visits to Village Court in Satkhira
SIDA visits to Village Court in Satkhira
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AVCB II participated in the World Justice Forum
AVCB II participated in the World Justice Forum
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Project Review and Reflection Workshop
Project Review and Reflection Workshop
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8Divisions
27Districts
128Upazilas
1080Unions

Our AccomplishmentsUp to May 2019

Service providers capacitated

26,480

Service providers capacitated
Dispute received

1,12,428

Dispute received
Cases transferred from District Courts

6,044

Cases transferred from District Courts
Dispute resolved

88,346

Dispute resolved
Decisions implemented

82,733

Decisions implemented
Application filed by Women

32,248

Application filed by Women
Women in decision-making process

17,475

Women in decision-making process
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