The group was created in 2020 by girls who used to work on farms to cater for their needs and help their families. Since they were making a very small amount of money individually, they began to put their money together to benefit one person per day’s work. There are currently six girls in the group – one out-of-school and five in-school. With help from the Girl Collective Fund, they are now farming for themselves. They also bought school materials for the five in-school girls and paid for a livelihood training for the out-of-school girl.