The overall goal of the project is to sustainable reduce chronic and transitory food insecurity for 412,475 vulnerable households in 18 districts of Bangladesh. The program activities are framed around four specific objectives:
(a) improved availability and economic access to food for targeted vulnerable households through strengthening livelihoods, securing entitlements, and enhancing accountability of service providers;
(b) sustainable improvement in the health and nutrition of project participants;
(c) enhanced empowerment of 400,000 women and girls from targeted vulnerable households; and
(d) targeted communities and institutions are better able to prepare for, mitigate and respond to natural disasters.
The program aims to cover 2209 villages and 137 urban slums including one city corporation.