This week on Enterprise Stories we feature the story of a not-for-profit organization - Rullion Capacity Builders, an organization that trains and empowers women with vocational and Entrepreneurship Skills. Oluwatoyin Egedi is the founder of Rullion Capacity Builders which started out in 2014 . When getting a job was becoming a problem after she gave birth to her baby, Toyin, heard about skill acquisition training somewhere in Lagos and decided to join in the training. She learnt bead making and jewelry for just one month and started making beads and selling from home. She decided to partner with two of her friends to start training people who may be at home doing nothing, on how to make beads, using her house. Today, Rullion Capacity Builders has trained over 1000 people, has four permanent staff and over 15 contract trainers.