A skill based training with the motive of empowering women with disabilities was successfully conducted with the donation support of TEWA Nepal. The training was 10 days long started from 29th September with 10 participants having physical disability, low vision, blind and deaf. The training was facilitated by women trainers with physical disability and the deaf participants were voluntarily supported by sign language interpreter. Participants with different disabilities had difficulty in stitching and cutting before the training program so the training program and the facilitators focused on providing them with some special and useful techniques to make the task easier for them so that they can use the learned skill to promote women entrepreneurship and to promote financial stability in them and live a dignified life. By the end of the training, the participants were skilled in the manufacturing of soft dolls and key-ring and were confident about using the skill to be financial stable and lead a sustained and dignified life for themselves. Participants were also informed and taught about the marketing ideas for the product they learned to manufacture so that they can easily get good market place to sell the soft dolls and key-ring in reasonable prices leading them to earn enough income to sustain a relatively comfortable life. The motive of initiating this training program seemed to complete its criteria and had progressive impact on the participants’ mindset about their confidence in generating their own income for financial sustainability.