Under the component, a total of six subsectors i.e. fresh milk, meat common in three districts, Cloth Cluster in district Charsadda, Marigold and Garlands in district Nowshera, and Textile Made-Ups in district Peshawar were selected out of 50 identified trades through conducting 3 market research surveys. After successful interventions in these subsectors, the solutions benefited 975 men (193) and women (782) in program area. During the period, In milk sub sector common in three districts, 6 milk shop retailers, 2 in each program district were supported with smart subsidies i.e. 100-liter Chiller and Packing machine to overcome the issue of spoilage and compete in commercial market similarly WEEMD also developed 11 dairy hubs across the districts and provided 1000 liters chiller, generators and Gerber machine for fat testing. Likewise, In Meat sub sector, WEEMD organised 325 farmers (309 women and 16 men) across three districts to improve supply efficiency, quality production, linked into middle and high-end markets enabling them to access regular market information, as part of the smart subsidy animal feed has been provided. Also, under Marigold subsector 60 male farmers from district Nowshera had been organized and trained in to improve the production of marigold, by lowering the energy cost through solarization of already existed tube wells, to irrigate more land for marigold production. In order to improve the socio-economic conditions of women, about 100 women from different WCOs have been trained in Textile made up subsector in district Peshawar. To raise the income of the women entrepreneurs involved in production of wedding bed sets, baby sets, quilt sets at district Charsadda, the project under cloth cluster subsector, also focused on women performance, product competitiveness and productive linkages in regional and national market. In this regard, a total of 110 women entrepreneurs have been skilled in different competencies. The Garland value chain development proved in high quality designs for customers to choose and pay advance for orders, not only ensured a sustainable income throughout the year but also enhanced their profit margin. 40 women benefited from this sub sector interventions.