CARE-Bangladesh are implementing a project titled 'Social and Economic Transformation of the Ultra-poor‟ (SETU) in the north-western part of Bangladesh assisted by SHIREE and funded by DFID. SETU believes that changes in the poverty situation are not a standalone matter; rather they require a combination of social inclusion, economic empowerment, pro-poor governance, and learning and influencing that works to graduate extreme poor households out of poverty. This paper aims to explore how SETU is building community solidarity in its working areas and how this solidarity is addressing social discriminations at the community levels.
Mizanur Rahman, M.; Saifuddin Ahmed; Abdul Bari, S.M. Exploring the impact of community solidarity building approach in addressing social discrimination. Shiree Working Paper No. 13. Shiree, Dhaka, Bangladesh (2012) 26 pp.
Exploring the impact of community solidarity building approach in addressing social discrimination. Shiree Working Paper No. 13