One Stop Land Registration Process in Bangladesh

Previously land registration process requires going through eight steps in order to complete the registration. All of steps take 5-20 years duration, beginning from map preparation to final publication. Land owners are harassed and moved from one office to another office, the type and nature of land would have changed within this time. The Department…

Successful model of digital survey and settlement

The programme `Access to Land’ is one of the pilot initiative taken to fulfill the vision of the Honorable Prime Minister which is “Digital Bangladesh”. Uttaran is implementing the civil society component of overall access to land project that is taking the main responsibility of the public awareness of vulnerable land owners, capacity support to…

Training Delivery to Local NGO’s on Land Services

Uttaran (www.uttaran.net) is a local organisation (Bangladesh) working with vulnerable landowners i.e. women, widow, indigenous, minority and landless people to promote access to land. Uttaran is implementing a project titled, Sustainable Access to Land Equality-SALE’ with support of European Union. Uttaran partners are taking the main responsibility of the public awareness of vulnerable land owners,…

The Honourable Chairman of PKSF has visited the Uttaran TVET activities

It is well known that Uttaran has been empowering youths through transferring skills, know how and education on technical and vocational issues such as automobile, mechanical engineering, IT and tailoring etc. Recently the honourable Chairman of Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) Dr.  Quzi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad visited ongoing technical and vocational training activities under project titled,…

Digital World Fair 2016

  This is the biggest digital fair in Bangladesh started with the slogan “Non Stop Bangladesh” on the issue of information, communication and technology for period of three days. Our honorable Prime Minister Seikh Hasina inaugurated this digital fair on 19 October 2016 (Wednesday). Three days long digital fair was opened for all from 10…

A team of DFID and MJF has visited Uttaran’s activities

A team of DFID (Department for International Development) and Manusher Jonno Foundation has came to visit Uttaran’s programme activities on 14 May, 2015. Uttaran is implementing access to khasland project with funding support of MJF and DFID since 2004. The team consisting of Mr. Graham Gass, Social Development Advisor of DFID, Tahera Jabeen, Programme Manager…

Youth Leadership Training

Uttaran delivered three batches of training on `Youth Leadership’ with 108 youths including (50%  women). The trainings are being prepared by British Council with financial support of United State Department of Democracy and delivered by the programme officers who received training of facilitators. The three days long training was delivered with appropriate methods, tools and…

Mid Term Evaluation Mission at Jamalpur

The midterm evaluation mission of European Union has visited Jamalpur to evaluate the impact of ongoing activities of overall Access to Land project’ including Sustainable Access to Land Equality-SALE project on 29-30 April, 2015. Julia Jacoby, Project Manager of Human Rights and Governance Programme of Delegation of European Union of Bangladesh, Mark A Marquardt, Team Leader…