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Role of CBO leaders vital in preventing social erosions’

Role of CBO leaders vital in preventing social erosions’

Speakers at the concluding ceremony of a training course on Monday afternoon said women leaders of the community-based organisations (CBO) could play vital role in preventing social erosions to accelerate rural uplift.Fulbari Area Development Programme (ADP) of World Vision Bangladesh (WVB) organised the three-day ‘CBO Leadership and Management Training’ at its Madila Sub-centre under Betdighee union of Fulbari upazila in Dinajpur since last Saturday.The training course was aimed at flourishing leadership of female leaders, enhancing their sustainable management capacities for preventing social erosions and building bigger capitals of the CBOs to accelerate uplift of the poor and extremely poor rural people.With Programme Officer Badal Sangma of Fulbari ADP of WVB in the chair, Fulbari Upazila Cooperative Officer Abdur Rouf attended and addressed the concluding ceremony as the chief guest.President of ‘Betdighee Mohona Mohila Forum’ Ferdousi Begum and President of ‘Betdighee Tarun Shishu Forum’ Mohammad Shahin Alam addressed the ceremony as the special guests.Twenty-five female leaders of ‘Betdighee Mohona Mohila Forum’ and ‘Jamadani Adibashi Swapner Alo Nari Samity’ of Betdighee union participated in the three-day training course.The participants were provided training on CBO management, importance of proper management, activities of the CBOs, capital management, women & children repression prevention act, meaning, category, quality and role of leaders and CBO leadership in the course.The speakers stressed for creating awareness to prevent social erosions like child marriage, dowry, sexual harassment, drug addition, human trafficking, repression, torture and domestic violence against women for ensuring congenial social atmosphere to flourishing women leadership.The chief guest urged the participants to properly utilise the knowledge they acquired from the training course in raising stronger resistance against social erosions and building bigger CBO capitals ensuring improved management for accelerating rural uplift.