"Multidimensionality of Poverty: Bangladesh Perspectives" research project could not be done without the dedicated assistance of the 122 people in poverty, 49 practitioners, 33 academics, 35 children, and 15 members of the Bangladesh national research team. The Bangladesh Research Team shows utmost gratitude to their assistance in this research.

Our team wants to acknowledge the collaboration of the day laborers of Huzurikanda, mixed adults of Sherpur and Muktagacha, an ethnic minority of Kaliakuri, Modhupur, and the Tiger Widows of Gabura Island, Shyamnagar, Shatkhira.


This research was also supported by Bihari Camp, Patgudam, Binapara Ethnic Minority, Kalibari Slum for migrated women, Women with a disability, Day laborers of Shankipara Mymensingh. Their assistance helped to improve the quality of the work. Last but not the least, our team wants to acknowledge the contribution of the children and youth in Rohingya Camp, Kutupalong, Cox Bazar, SK Hospital Slum, Mymensingh, Milon Night School Child Labour, Jurain, Dhaka, Mati School, Huzurikanda, Sherpur.  Their participation encouraged us and assisted us in this long project.


This research could not be done without the partner organizations: Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU); Jatiya Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam University, Bangladesh (JKKNIU); Mennonite Central Committee (MCC); Local Environment Development and Agricultural Research Society (LEDARS); Hope 87, Bangladesh; Social Assistance and Rehabilitation for the Physically Vulnerable(SARPV); L’Arche, Mymensingh, Bangladesh; Protibondhi Community Centre (PCC); Protibondhi Kollyan Shomiti (PKS), Centre for Advancement Program (CAP); and Kalilakuri Health Care Project (KHCP).


They contributed not only as partner organizations but also as a part of our team. Their dedication and active participation have provided us a better understanding of the project and contributed to complete the work successfully.

"With a defective social state, family bonding, respect for others, friendly relations between neighbors are now broken and the same thing is happening to drug-addicted peoples."