Shyamdev Mahto (53) spent his childhood on edge. Poverty and polio were the enemies. He lost his left leg partially and couldn’t get suitable treatment in time. But he accepted the challenge and didn’t allow himself to be dependent. He sells groceries in his village. Shyamdev has been provided a loan of Rs 5000 under micro credit linkage of AVI-DFID funded program for disables. This timely financial support made him strong and his shop is having items worth Rs 30,000. NBJK helped him in certification of disability also. Shyamdev earns nearly Rs 3000 per month and contribute to his family appreciably as its head. He maintains repayment of the loan and has certain plan to enhance his business. Shyamdev Mahto is very active despite his old age and placed an example before other disables in this locality.