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This paper explores the nature and causes of social exclusion of the NGOs' activities in Bangladesh. Data gathered from two NGOs (Proshika and Practical Action Bangladesh) working for the socio-economic development in Bangladesh. The paper shows that now a day the NGOs' target groups and services have been specified to the people who are able to return back their micro-credit. As a result many people are now being excluded from NGO services who are known as 'ultra poor'. The findings of thisdoi:10.4236/sm.2011.12005 fatcat:7jygvjk4szazhcg7tnhg5a7wji