Women bear almost all responsibility for meeting basic needs of the family, yet are systematically denied the resources, information and freedom of action they need to fulfill this responsibility. The vast majority of the world's poor are women. Two-thirds of the world's illiterates are female. Of the millions of school age children not in school, the majority are girls. And today, HIV/AIDS is rapidly becoming a woman's disease.

The current world food price crisis is having a severe impact on women. Around the world, millions of people eat two or three times a day, but a significant percentage of women eat only once. And, now, many women are denying themselves even that one meal to ensure that their children are fed. These women are already suffering the effects of even more severe malnutrition, which inevitably will be their children's fate as well. The impact of this crisis will be with us for many years.

We took initiative and started the women empowerment project , we focus on teaching the specific skills like Sewing, agriculture, making small but interesting products in home and the things they produce can be sold in open market where people will buy it by the women who make it and make that social bonding with the society. By this women from different slums and rural areas have come together and stated leading their life far better than they were doing before. This program and rehabilitation of our HIV +ve children will work hand in hand to provide gainful employment & generation of income for women and children under our care.