1. Training on small ruminant management (health, feeding) will be given to over 650 households.
  2. 3000 shoats (300 sheep and remaining goats) will have been distributed to 1500 households       (300 males and 1200 females).
  3. Seed capital on evolving fund basis for small-scale businesses will be availed to women to enhance economic empowerment. 
  4. Women-targeted supports like donkey carts and small ruminants distribution shall be made to enable them to generate their income. 
  5. Group development, business skills, record keeping and management training shall be organized for project participant groups (small-scale irrigation, dairy farmers, women groups) before organizing them into formal associations. 
  6. 35 cooperatives (20 horticulture producers, one dairy farmer and eight women Credit and      Saving Cooperatives) will have been organized and legally registered with a total of 1 million members. Other self-help groups with over 300 women members will be under the process of legal registration to form savings and Credit Cooperatives.
  7. Revolving fund loans, office equipment and technical advisory support will be given to cooperatives at different times.