30 July, 2015

Computer Training for the District Legal Aid Office Staff

Last Updated: 30 July 2015




On 27 July, 2015 USAID's Justice for All Program and National Legal Aid Services Organization (NLASO) jointly conducted its 3rd ICT training (computer, information and communication) for District legal aid office staffs who are responsible for the office management and reporting. The training was opened by the welcome speech of the Director of NLASO and the DCOP of USAID’s Justice for All Program. 24 district legal aid office staffs have attended in the training program. With this 3rd batch training all 64 district legal aid office staffs received basic computer operation proficiency from JFA Program’s technical support.              


The trainees shared that they has to face challenges to carry out day to day office administrative tasks due to lack of computer and ICT skills. The training provided general information on hardware and software to enable participants to perform their functions and effective delivery of legal aid by using the ICT tools. The Director of NLASO said, “The training is planned and organized to develop the capacity of DLAC staffs to update case report, financial report and other administrative functions. This is a great opportunity for the staffs to build the skill through this training and I thank USAID’s Justice for All program for supporting us to organize the training”.


A trainee from Natore Legal Aid office said- “after the completion of this training I believe we would be capable enough to manage case diary, prepare timely monthly case and financial report. A training module is developed and disseminated with the participants to follow the sessions and future reference.