This program aims to economically empower women from HIV/AIDS-affected and/or impoverished households. These women and their families are empowered to be able to earn sustainable income to support their families and especially meet their children’s school and home expenses. This program is also centered on being a prevention strategy to child-vulnerability and/or migrating into streets. Under this program, AGH has implemented three projects: Women Micro-finance for Improving Socio-economy Among Vulnerable Households, BIA (Bio-intensive Agriculture) and Small Business Empowerment. The goal of these projects is to strengthen household economy among socio-economically disadvantaged and/or HIV/AIDS-affected families, so that families can support their children by accessing ECD services in local pre-primary schools and community-established ECD centers.