Poverty, deprivation, and denial of rights result from social conditions where poor people’s rights are not practically respected. Nevertheless, Bangladesh’s constitution explicitly recognizes the rights of all people, but in reality, poor people are deprived of many essential rights. ASEAB is committed to building empathy in society, and accordingly, it encourages people to know their social and legal rights in getting government services and ensuring access to developmental efforts. Lack of information and governance crisis make poor people unnecessarily suffer in different aspects of life and livelihood. Therefore, it is essential to inform poor people of the services and facilities of the government and their entitlement. The efforts to promote social justice and rights and improve governance can unleash a more substantial commitment in society to empower poor people. ASEAB partnered with national and international organizations to ensure social justice and strengthen governance to realize people’s rights to development and well-being.