We are committed to helping individuals and families in poverty achieve economic independence. To that end, we facilitate a variety of economic self-sufficiency initiatives in the communities we serve.
We equip women with skills necessary to operate a small business and provide microloans to help launch their businesses, which are diverse and reflect the needs of the community.
We help women to build a strong skill set in sewing. Women make and sell products, and earn a living to support themselves and their families.
We provide seeds and train families in sustainable agriculture, including how to use available land to cultivate nutritious vegetables, chickens and rabbits.