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This occurrence of writing acquires gender inequalities in the distribution of moderation as its point of endeavor. Women Employers face three holes in the training buckets namely learning risk, productivity risk and attrition risk. Given the well-known indication of the magnitude to which women, particularly poor women, have been marginalized in processes by which development policies are designed and implemented. In particular, there are certain ‘critical moments’ in the life of any intervention when the ideas, values and knowledge of key decision-making actors have a profound impact on how the intervention plays out in practice. Its bring to mind that explicit attention needs to be given to strengthening women’s capacity for voice and action at different stages of the planning cycle, and also dispute the expectation relate to skills development for employability and sources of revenue. The article sets out to develop a theory of change that addresses to originate the women’s empowerment.