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Property rights awareness for the poor and marginalised

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11 August 2011, Dhaka. The pathways for the poor and marginalised to access property and other fixed assets as a significant human right, was widened when the second batch of HRLS Upgrade Sheboks successfully completed and graduated from a comprehensive government certified land measurement training course on the 7th of August 2011. This residential training course began on July 3rd 2011. It has already graduated 32 Upgrade Sheboks in the previous batch to this end.

The training module is a unique triple layered component of the Property Rights Initiative. This project is currently being piloted in Rangpur and Gaibandha districts under the corroborative direction of BRAC HRLS, Omidyar Network and BRAC USA. The project aims to actively realize the claims of vulnerable communities to property and other fixed/productive assets via legal education, community outreach efforts, and a land measurement model as highlighted above.

With their new skill set, the group of freshly trained land measurers, can more effectively provide specialized land measurement services and become community advisers who can impart free information and knowledge about property rights issues throughout the community.

Both the training and certificate distribution ceremony were held at Rangpur's BRAC Learning Center (BLC). Distinguished figures from the community such as Chief Trainer and Rangpur BLC in-charge, Md. Yaqub Ali, presented the graduates with their certificates, Chief Guest and president of Raja Ram Mohon Club, Rangpur, Md. Monwar Hussain, and Special Guests, Advocate Kamal Kumar Mojumder, and BRAC Microfinance Regional Manager, Md. Delowar Hossain all graced this event with their presence.
 

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