8 different impact areas were examined which were divided into short-term and medium-term indicators. Short-term indicators comprised of attitudes, soft skills, technical skills, financial literacy and health awareness. Family support, employment status, income levels and assets were explored as medium-term indicators. Each indicator was given weights according to their relevance, respective to each target group for the calculation of the overall impact of the program on participants. Baseline and endline data was collected before the start and at the end of the training to analyse short-term impact, and additional telephonic interviews were conducted three months post the program to compare with baseline results and capture medium-term outcomes. Case study and participants’ feedback were collected which provided further insights.