Training of Trainers on Court Surveys for National Case Management Program

Nay Pyi Taw, January 27

The opening ceremony of Training of Trainers on Court Surveys for National Case Management Program is held by the Supreme Court of the Union at Kempinski Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw at 9 am on January 27 in collaboration with the USAID-PRLM.

         

The training is given by the technical specialists from the USAID-PRLM about closed case survey, pending case survey and court user satisfaction survey to evaluate the implementation of the National Case Management Program. 

         

It is attended altogether about 28 judicial officers including the Director General of the Union Judiciary Supervision Office Daw Tin Nwe Soe, Director of Training Department Daw Su Su Win, the USAID-PRLM members, training team, and coordinators from the Region and State High Courts. The training will be conducted three days from January 27 to 29.

         

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