This documentary features grassroot women in Bwari area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) sharing their experiences on their daily struggles for survival. Some of these women engage in petty trading activities and make as low as N1000 in a week. While some of them are supported by their husbands, other have to cater for their families with these meagre earnings. This speaks to the magnitude of poverty in Nigeria and leaves to the imagination the extent of the impact of rising inflation on a huge portion of the Nigerian population who are low income earners. This documentary explores how these women have been empowered by entrepreneurial initiatives by organisations working on social development and the absence of government intervention even at the local government level in poverty alleviation and infrastructural development.