Started in June 2010 and will run until 30 November 2012, this project is funded by the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women. The project targets 2,554 group members in Suba and Bondo Districts in Nyanza Provinces. Its main objective is to improve, in a sustainable manner, the economic capacity of women micro entrepreneurs, currently practicing GS&L for enhanced income and livelihood security. Among the activities was the process of identification of a mobile network service provider who would be ready to partner with the project. Also, identification of financial service providers for collaboration, mature GS&L groups for capacity building and linkage. The outcome will be enhanced business skills for 4,000 women entrepreneurs in Bondo and Suba districts, enhanced participation of women in income generating activities (IGAs) and household financial management, with a representation of 75% of GS&L members, and creation of linkages between Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs) and commercial banks.