Nepal is an agrarian country, and it is obvious that most of the micro-enterprises established so far are agro-based, forest-based, or livestock-based. The practice of such enterprises has successful entrepreneurship. Such programs are relevant due to the high incidence of poverty in underdeveloped rural economies in Nepal. The roots of food insecurity problem lie in both structural as well as operational level. Therefore handling food insecurity demands actions addressing both issues. In Humla food is being supplied from outside for more than three decades. The quick-fix approach of supplying the food from outside and its continuation for a long time has not solved the food crisis in the region. so to cope with such problem microenterprise development is one of the options.