Promoting Peace and Progress
Thursday, 27th of April 2017
CDP has been implementing various pro-poor, gender sensitive project implementation, multidisciplinary action research & evidence based policy advocacy to ensure sustainable livelihood of the poor, safeguard biodiversity & ecosystem including the Sundarban Mangrove Forest,
reduce climate change vulnerabilities & wetlands degradation, ensure food sovereignty, and establish poor people’s rights over the common ecosystem services, biodiversity & natural resources. Although CDP was established through grassroots environmental movement, it recognizes that environmental problems cannot be solved without addressing the interrelationships between the environment and development, population, and economics.