Supervisor
Md Tawohidul Haque
Lecturer
Institute of Social Welfare and Research
University of Dhaka

Group Name: C
Serial ...
Topic:
Slum Condition in
Bangladesh
Slum is one of the major
social problems in urban life in Bangladesh. As a
developing and over populated country
thousands...
Concept of slum in Bangladesh:
Slums are consisted with the peoples who are
deprived and neglected from fundamental needs
...
Overall features of slums in Bangladesh:
Slums are not a new phenomenon. They have
been part of the history of Dhaka city....
Slums condition in Dhaka city
Causes behind migrate people from villages to
Dhaka city:
• The migration of people from rur...
Reasons for Migration towards
Dhaka City
Economic: 57.1
Environmental disasters: 25.0
Personal or familial: 08.9
Social or...
Study in the slum of Dhaka city:
• The total number of slums in the Dhaka city
corporation area is approximately 4,500. Fo...
Statistics:
• Statistics show that the average population density in
slums was 831 persons per acre. More than 93% of
slum...
Causes of formation of slum:
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Effect of industrialization and urbanization
Lack Rural unemployment and o...
The impacts of slums:
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Bad effect on woman and girls
Sources of criminal activities
Environment pollut...
Way to minimize the slum problem:
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To minimize poverty
Increase per-capital income
Consciousness about n...
Role of social workers to solve the
Slum problems:
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Community development
Slum study
Resource mobilization of slum...
Conclusion:
“Slum life” means a bad dreamy life,
life of man as non-human being, and
the final deprivation from fundamenta...
Any
Question?
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  1. 1. Supervisor Md Tawohidul Haque Lecturer Institute of Social Welfare and Research University of Dhaka Group Name: C Serial Name Roll No 1 S.M. Sahadat Roll No: 5361 2 Md Jakir Hossain Roll No: 5364 3 Md Juel Miah Roll no: 5365 4 Tanjila Islam Roll No: 5395 5 Maria Khanam Roll No: 5400
  2. 2. Topic: Slum Condition in Bangladesh
  3. 3. Slum is one of the major social problems in urban life in Bangladesh. As a developing and over populated country thousands of people live here under the poverty level. Bangladesh is a country of 164 million people where 3.5 million people live in 4000 slums. The slum problems are the fruit of unplanned urbanization and industrialization.
  4. 4. Concept of slum in Bangladesh: Slums are consisted with the peoples who are deprived and neglected from fundamental needs like fresh food, pure water and good shelter. Slums are the areas of city (mainly Dhaka) city where people live with hunger, malnutrition and different kinds of diseases. Where children’s don’t go to school they go for job for food. Slums are the places where people suffer malaria mosquito, dirty environment and bad small that means an area which is out of imagination of rich people.
  5. 5. Overall features of slums in Bangladesh: Slums are not a new phenomenon. They have been part of the history of Dhaka city. The amounts of slum dwellers in Bangladesh are increasing day by day. The characteristic associated with slums very place to place. Slums are usually urban decay, high rates of poverty and unemployment. Slum is the place of increasing many social problems such as crime, drug addiction, and high rate of population growth.
  6. 6. Slums condition in Dhaka city Causes behind migrate people from villages to Dhaka city: • The migration of people from rural to urban areas is the main reason of the growing slum population in Dhaka city. The upward trend of the rural population contributes to the downward land-man ratio. As a result, landless and jobless people on the breadline are increasing day by day.
  7. 7. Reasons for Migration towards Dhaka City Economic: 57.1 Environmental disasters: 25.0 Personal or familial: 08.9 Social or political:01.0 Others: 08.0 Total:100.0
  8. 8. Study in the slum of Dhaka city: • The total number of slums in the Dhaka city corporation area is approximately 4,500. For the study only 4 slums at Agargaon, Bhasantek, Badda and Katashur were surveyed.Dhaka city is one of the most densely populated cities in the world. It has already been mentioned over 34 percent of them live in slums with inadequate facilities.
  9. 9. Statistics: • Statistics show that the average population density in slums was 831 persons per acre. More than 93% of slums were reported to have very high population density and very poor environmental services, and 85% had very poor housing conditions. • Slum Area and Overall City, 2013 Dhaka 891 Chittagong 1032 Khulna 536 Rajshahi 272 Sylhet 626 Barisal 541 all cities 831
  10. 10. Causes of formation of slum: • • • • • • • • • Effect of industrialization and urbanization Lack Rural unemployment and of opportunity Unplanned city lack of civic amenities Natural disaster Political influence Poor housing planning Informal economy Low incomes from agriculture Better job prospects
  11. 11. The impacts of slums: • • • • • • • • • • Bad effect on woman and girls Sources of criminal activities Environment pollution Increase poverty Climate change Housing problems Political exclusion Finance Education Health and child mortality
  12. 12. Way to minimize the slum problem: • • • • • • • • • To minimize poverty Increase per-capital income Consciousness about natural disaster Planning of rehabilitation Finance plus approach To make several slum units To meet their fundamental rights Governmental efforts To create more employment opportunities
  13. 13. Role of social workers to solve the Slum problems: • • • • Community development Slum study Resource mobilization of slum dwellers Coordination among the different social service agencies • To make them awareness regarding social problems
  14. 14. Conclusion: “Slum life” means a bad dreamy life, life of man as non-human being, and the final deprivation from fundamentals constitutional rights-it is proved from the description of this paper.
  15. 15. Any Question?

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