Research on women entrepreneurs in developing countries are comparatively scarce. This is a critical omission from our understanding of women's entrepreneurship, because the role of women entrepreneurs in contributing to modernization of developing economies is of increasing importance. This book describes challenges faced by women entrepreneurs in the course of running their businesses. The most significant challenge being lack of access to capital and finance; lack of finance could be due to a number of reasons that can be mitigated as shown in this book. The book also provides perceptions of the major skills required by women entrepreneurs for successful business performance, the most important skill indicated in this book was that of decision-making, leading to successful business performance. Other skills are also given in this book. The role of training on individual performance is also discussed in this book. Undoubtedly,it shows that training has positive impact on business performance as well as the the entrepreneur. This book can benefit entrepreneurs, training institutions, managers of businesses & any government arm that deals with enterprise development.