Impact of Urbanization on Socio-Economic Status & Environmental Condition of Bangladesh
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The focus of this paper is on migration in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, which identifies the reasons for the migration process. Rural urban migration is a key component of the rapid and unplanned growth of cities and towns in developing countries. The impact of migration on urban destinations and rural sources is varied. There are economic, demographic, environmental and socio-cultural impacts on both ends. This paper focuses on the factors that most influence our socio-cultural factors. It examines the overall situation of the underprivileged, poor migrants, and the consequences of emigration on social and environmental conditions. Thus, reducing discrimination in rural and urban areas would appear to be a good tool to discourage migrants who have discussed the implementation of the policy in part of this paper. Rural development should be given urgent attention with the creation of adequate facilities and services and increasing the income generation opportunities. A balanced development strategy is also important to encourage growth and the government must also take effective role in adopting and implementing a comprehensive urban policy to facilitate the better living and livelihood of the existing urban people. Improving city management is essential for the city's sustainable future. There are no empirical or numerical model efforts in this study. The work is done solely on the basis of secondary sources. There are frameworks that show the interdependence between factors affecting people's socio-ecological-financial lives.