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Smallholder farmers play a crucial role in achieving sustainability in agricultural supply chains, particularly in developing countries like Bangladesh. These farmers, who typically own small plots of land and rely on family labor, contribute significantly to the nation's food security and rural livelihoods. However, they face numerous challenges that hinder their ability to adopt sustainable practices and integrate into global value chains. This article discusses the importance of smallholder farmers in promoting sustainable agricultural supply chains in Bangladesh, the challenges they face, and potential solutions to support their livelihoods and promote sustainable practices.