A Dressmaking Training course has been initiated at Mirpur-2 slum area for the deserving women as an attempt to create sustainable livelihood opportunities. A total of 30 selected distressed women received training in 2012, 40 in the year 2013 and the number of distressed women receiving training in the year 2014 was 45. It contributes to create income generating opportunity for the learners both individually and collectively, thereby helping to increase financial solvency at family level. It also contributes to national economy through production and marketing of garments. There is a provision for increasing knowledge, attitude and practices on primary health care and moral values.