The project works with community units leaders, church members and local people to identify ladies who need empowerment to generate their own income. They include:
- House wives who are not in any kind of employment, [formal or informal]
- Young ladies who have dropped out of school at different stages.
- HIV positive patients and or people living with AIDS and are on ARVs
- Single mothers [these are the majority].
The following are the different skills that are offered;
- HAIRDRESSING; this is a one year course. Classes are conducted twice a week, in the afternoons. Ladies are taken through different hair styles. These include plaiting, relaxing, braiding, styling, and weaving.
- TAILORING; this is a two year program. Classes are conducted twice a week. Ladies are taught basics of tailoring in the first year. In the second year they are taught fashion and design which also include making traditional outfits.
- CRAFTS; Ladies are taught different Hand Craft Skills which include; paper bags, mats, baskets, hand bags, shopping bags, hats, purses, earrings, necklaces among others.Ladies learning to make paper bags with their instructor seated next to the desk.
- COOKERY; different types of pastries e.g. chapatti, mandazi, local pan cakes, samosas, etc.