Like many women in Bangladesh, Tripthi was married at a very young age and dropped out of school without finishing her primary education. Tripthi Mondol (30) is a housewife of Milon Mondol having one son 8 years of old. She lives in the village Shoilgathi of the Union Raghunathpur of Dumuria Upazila under Khulna District. They lived in a joint family with 9 family members. She is busy in doing household chores all day long. Her husband was a day labor and works in agricultural field. But it was not easy to make ends meet with a big family with her husband very little income. She felt strongly to do something and support her family. Once, she heard of UNNAYAN arranged various IGA related training in her village and she communicated to field staffs of the organization for this training. She received one months sewing training and took a small loan of BDT 6000 from UNNAYAN to buy a sewing machine for starting her tailoring activities. After finishing training, UNNAYAN also provided financial support to her for purchasing cloths for making dress. She begun in dress making of women, girls, baby dress and also some of the men stuffs. Her work was high quality and she became very popular in her village within very short period of time. Now, she earns monthly around BDT 3000-4000 by making dress by work from home after finishing her household tasks. She can support her husband for maintaining livelihood, providing for herself and also support her son’s education. Tripthi also saves BDT 400 every month for emergency period. She is also teaching tailoring skills to her husband, many adolescents girls and women. Tripthi is spreading skills and new ideas to broader community. She wants to buy another machine and open a tailoring shop in front of her household and wish to educate her sons a lot. As a young woman from a poor background running a successful beginner, Tripthi stands out. Thanks to UNNAYAN, she is paving the way to became entrepreneur in her community like Tripthi.