These varying assessments and studies gave WCF valuable insights into the success or failure of certain activities and what adjustments needed to be made. Consequently, there have been numerous adaptations to ensure the success of the main goals. The most relevant being effective capacity building of women farmers and training women in farm management.
Effective capacity building of women farmers: by 2019, WCF had trained 43,122 women farmers in good agricultural practices, far surpassing their initial goal of 15,000. This success was due to the reflective approach that was implemented throughout the 10-year process. A Women Extension Volunteers (WEV) approach was also implemented. It selected women leaders to have additional training that allowed them to better mobilise other women in their communities.
Training women in farm management: Since 2016, WCF has facilitated farm management and entrepreneurship training of approximately 10,000 women farmers. Yet, this reached the more literate farmers, which raised concerns about the exclusion of less literate women. Therefore, WCF is currently developing a simplified and gender-inclusive manual to ensure greater accessibility.