Helen Keller International (HKI)-Bangladesh has been working to ensure food security and empowerment of women through different programs. Nobel Laureate of Bangladesh Dr. Muhammad Yunus said: 'Economics has a relationship with peace'. This means that a poor economy is interlinked with poverty, and familial, social, and political unrest. As a result, poverty hinders our development and economic growth, and creates obstacles on the road to achieving progress, prosperity, sustainable development, food security, adequate nutrition, gender equality, empowerment of women, peace, and Millennium Development Goals. Bangladesh experiences floods, drought, cyclones, and disasters more frequently now, due to climate change. Scientists forecast a further increase in natural calamities in the future. The developing countries are underrepresented in decision-making about climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, and, most critically, discussions and decisions about adaptation and mitigation.