This study aimed to create a bridge between the needs of self-employed women and decision-making institutions by analyzing the data collected at each level, to promote the coordination of efforts to improve their situation. The ultimate goal was to improve the livelihood, economic security and empowerment of the self-employed woman. The direct beneficiary of the project was the female population aged 15-80, which represents 75% of the female population in rural areas (total reaches 83,028). Some of the ways in which they benefited were: articulating the needs and problems that self-employed women had with an emphasis on their concerns towards policymakers; improving the quality of information; presenting women's stories in order to highlight the factors that have influenced their success; suggesting possible changes to existing policies.