Since 2014, we have employed and trained over 7,000 women around the world, impacting over 100,000 lives. In the U.S. We have trained over 275 female refugees and women in transition. Over 98% have graduated the program and over 82% have transitioned to formal employment. Our U.S. program works in conjunction with our global initiative to empower women at risk in Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, the Philippines, India, Haiti, Peru, and other parts of the world,
Our global program is the subject of an Oxford University (Saïd Business School) study to evaluate and research our "economic empowerment" model. We have been recognized by the U.S. State Department of Refugees and Immigration as well as the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as one of the most innovative programs in the U.S. In addition, our contributions to the State of Idaho have been recognized by the Governor and the First Lady.