‘Sustainable Agriculture, Food Security and Linkages (SaFaL)’ is a program being implemented in the south-west part of Bangladesh to improve productivity and quality that will create availability and access to nutritious food for the rapidly growing population of Bangladesh. In this project, dRi explored the household food safety and feeding behavior of the household members with barrier analysis. The analysis covered nutritional status including stunting and wasting of children less than five years of age in target households. dRi further assessed the coverage of the nutrition interventions and the effectiveness of CNV and other SaFaL nutrition interventions. The research also analyzed existing power practicing mechanisms among the rich and small farmers who have influence over the supply chain process.