Agriculture is the lifeline of the national economy. 65% of the Pakistan’s population is living at rural areas, and are dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. Yet, there is a serious lack of employable skills and market professionalism. Orthodox methods of agriculture and farming are in practice and most of the yield is focused to accommodate local needs. REPID is striving to appraise local aptitudes and synchronize local approaches with market dynamism and scientific agriculture and related livelihood activities. Across different villages of the central FATA REPID has established Farmer Schools and has equipped local activists with the tricks of the trade who are assisting local farmers while in adoption of modern scientific techniques of agriculture and commercial farming.