55 years old Bimala Rokka , resistance of Khimti, Ramechap who lost all her family members in the earthquake had been living a life of squatter. Earthquake has made her life more difficult as there is no way of employment opportunity in the district. She used to earn her living by searching for smaller works here and there in the village. However, after earthquake no one was in position to offer job. Meanwhile, Jagaran Nepal in cooperation with HUSEC took an employment-generating training based program for the earthquake impacted women in Ramechhap district. The program announced to support for those women who are willing to work on vegetable cultivation. The program proved to be a boon for Bimala Rokka. By the support of the program, she borrowed potato seeds, took a small size of land on rent and cultivated 26 kilos potato in it. According to Bimala Rokka, it has given her a new hope in life. She is now continuing the vegetable farming and sells her products at nearby market keeping a small stall at Khimti Bazar. It has helped her fulfill basic necessities with the income she sells in the market.