TUSDEC in collaboration with FWBL (First Women Bank Limited) has concluded the workshop of Fashion Design for marginalized women. 40 women belonging to lower income backgrounds have been equipped with the art and sense of dress designing. TUSDEC NIDA Lahore and Karachi centres have been affianced as the training venues. The program has been funded by USAID GEP (Gender Equity Program). Proficient trainers have been engaged to impart the students with a crisp and bracing outlook of fashion arena, its trends and forecasts. The workshop aimed at the capacity building of vulnerable women through vocational skill development so that they can earn an independent living for themselves. TUSDEC has provided the trainees with free of cost tool kits and transportation facility to ensure their convenience and a motivated participation at the workshop. The course ended with a hearty display of candidates’ work at NIDA centre, where they flaunted their assignments and tasks completed during the course. This is subsequently the second batch of trainees as TUSDEC has already implemented four vocational courses of fashion design and domestic tailoring in collaboration with FWBL (First Women Bank Limited) at its NIDA Lahore and Karachi centres. The tracer studies for the previous courses unveiled that many women are now practicing their skills as a formal line of work. Enabling the prospects of women socioeconomic empowerment is one of the most sapient enactment to fuel up the economic furtherance in the country as women formulates a major part of our population. TUSDEC appreciates and look forward to strengthen such a meaningful alliance with First Women Bank Limited, considering it one of the most objective fusion of activities which can further render benefits on various development avenues.