The women’s group started in 2008 with 40 women, by 2011 it had grown to 85. In 2015 there are 20 women in the group as others have left to join the agricultural group. All participants of this project have undergone training in income generating activities such as making necklaces, bracelets, key-holders, rosaries, soap/shampoo, mats, baskets, cards, crocheting and candles. From the skills, self-respect and motivation gained in the women’s group, some members have gained employment. Other women in the project are selling the goods they make to create additional income for their family.