To improve the livelihoods of 750,000 very poor people, particularly women and children, by increasing their economic well-being.
On land, the programme supports poor households access khas land (public land earmarked for redistribution to poor households).
To increase transparency and accountability in Bangladesh by improving systems for management and proactive publication of official information that is relevant and accessible, timely and accurate, and by enabling state reformers, businesses and social activists to hold officials and decision makers answerable for their actions across a range of services including health, education, local gover
To improve the livelihoods and living conditions of 3 Million urban poor and extremely poor people, especially women and girls.
The programme trials three different approaches to securing land tenure, including through getting municipalities to recognise community-created land settlement maps of informal areas.
Given the focus of the research project in understanding how climate change aggravates the vulnerability of poor rural people, the main objective of the research was to identify the fundamental social and environmental causes that put poor rural people in a vulnerable position with view to climate change and to identify their strategies of resilience.
Provides technical assistance to the Government of Bangladesh and other stakeholders to improve the investment climate and business competitiveness of the country. The programme focuses on reform of the laws, regulations and institutions most closely affecting businesses.
The programme aims to work with the most poor and marginalised people in Bangladesh to make them aware of their rights, and provide advice, advocacy support and organisation to claim those rights in practice.
The project aims to develop improved and more secure livelihoods for poor people living on newly accreted coastal islands known locally as chars in the areas of Lakshmipur, Noakhali and Chittagong. This will be achieved through the provision of support for rural livelihoods, legal title to land and climate-resilient infrastructure benefiting about 28,000 households.
The project aims to improve road infrastructure, build local capacity and expand access to natural resources, technology and markets in five districts of the Haor basin: Netrakona, Habiganj, Brahmanbaria, Kishorganj and Sunamganj benefiting 115,000 households.
The action aims at implementing the first half of ILC’s strategy 2016-2021 to realise land governance for and with people at the country level, responding to the needs and protecting the rights of those who live on and from the land, i.e. to bring about change at the country level.
The goal of the grant to the ILC was to enable poor women and men to achieve secure and equitable access to and control over land to enable them to increase their food security and overcome poverty and vulnerability.