The changing pattern of gender roles from traditional practices in rural households is supporting women''s advancement from various viewpoint towards building a gender sensitive society. The study visualize advancement of changing pattern of gender roles from 10 years ago and up to date on a scale matrix view. The findings of the study are based on extensive qualitative field research component which sought to visualize changing pattern of gender roles in rural households including community men, women, youth, adolescent, key persons and educator in study area. The participatory and consultative aspect of this report is its strength and has enable rural perception and individual evidence discussed and presented within the report. The report adopts a simple change assessment methodology in order to measuring the changes on gender issues. Selected major changing issues on gender roles were undertaken by the communities to ensure accuracy of information throughout their representation. In doing so the communities also identify reasons limiting changes form the last 10 years to up to date.