Chittagong is the second largest city & major Port city of Bangladesh. Due to its port and other facilities the people of rural areas are always agglomerated in the city for employment opportunities. Rural to urban migration comprises a major proportion of the urban workforce, but most of the migrants cannot afford to buy land in safer areas, find few or no alternate formal settlements, and no government programs to provide shelter to the poor segment of urban population. The unequal distribution of resources, the marginalization of segments of the population and informal activities, and their exclusion from planned and serviced areas, is what forces people on unsafe sites; and then vulnerability is a consequence. So from this standpoint an appreciable strategy is necessary to revive the reduction of landslide vulnerability and develop a sustainable and integrated urban livelihood approach that would integrate measures for reducing poverty by reducing risks from disasters.