This study investigates the experiences of women entrepreneurs in post conflict development context by exploring their value creation at individual and society through the narrative accounts of two women entrepreneurs in Swat, Pakistan. Findings suggest that women entrepreneurs create value by realizing enhanced entrepreneurial intentions, entrepreneurial skills and experiencing greater recognition in the community as an entrepreneur by virtue of their skills and capability. The women entrepreneurs moved their businesses to counter anti women empowerment militant organizations. The results of this research identify women entrepreneurs as a significant source of value creation in the under researched contexts of post conflict development and militancy. Accordingly, it highlights the knowledge on entrepreneurship in post conflict development context; so that the state and society can build sustainable peace based on women entrepreneurship.