AJO Conduct Training of Trainers (ToT) for the General State Cases Directorate of Ministry of Justice

Afghanistan Justice Organization under ADALAT project conducted a six days Training of Trainers (ToT) program in Kabul for nine  (8 male and 1 female)  trainers of the State Cases Directorate (SCD) and Training Department of Ministry of Justice (MoJ) from Kabul, Balkh, Nangarhar, Herat, Kunduz and Kandahar provinces starting on March 7, 2020.

The ToT program included all technical aspects necessary for trainers such as background knowledge, skills and practical experience to train others. This ToT program was designed not only to enhance the technical skills of the trainers but also provided a unique opportunity for enhancement of their professional skills and knowledge on defending and handling public property cases. The trainers will further train professional staff of SCD and other relevant government entities on State Cases’ legislative documents, technical working procedures such as how to defend civil/property cases before courts, how to prepare an indictment, defend statements, collecting evidence, dealing with relevant government institutions, status of the courts verdicts enforcements, etc.

AJO/ADALAT developed the State Cases Guideline on Defending Public Properties at request of the MoJ and have developed an in-depth training program that will follow the current ToT program.
 
About AJO
The Afghanistan Justice Organization (AJO) is an Afghan-led, non-profit, and non-partisan organization promotes  democracy, governance and rule of law through project design and management, project performance and evaluation, training and capacity development, policy research and analysis, and public awareness campaigns and advocacy.
 
About ADALAT Project
Assistance for the Development of Afghan Legal Access and Transparency (ADALAT), in the concerted effort to promote rule of law and justice sector development in Afghanistan, ADALAT has and will continue to provide key technical support for the refinement of implementation of defined institutional processes of the primary state and private actors who operate the formal and informal legal systems.  In alignment with USAID’s core agenda in the country, ADALAT facilitates systems-building for institutions, ownership for stakeholders, and greater opportunities for women as leaders and beneficiaries of more accessible and equitable justice services.  AJO is sub-contractor of Checchi and Company Consulting. Inc and implementing partner for ADALAT project with MoJ.

AJO Conduct Training of Trainers (ToT) for the General State Cases Directorate of Ministry of Justice