SEEMA (Social Endeavour to Elevate Mahila (women) Awareness) was founded in 2002 as an opportunity to train women in a trade in order to give them opportunities to provide for themselves. SEEMA was registered as a non-profit organization in 2007 and is working to equip women with economic empowerment. The women are ones who have escaped oppression, whether through abusive husbands, prostitution, poverty, or other unfortunate situations. SEEMA provides these women who have little hope or confidence with the training and skills necessary to earn a respectable living. However, SEEMA is having to turn away applicants simply because salaries can not be paid to the ladies if the products are not sold. Please pray with us that God will open doors of opportunity to sell the SEEMA projects so we are able to train and equip not only the hands, but also the hearts of many more women.