This study in this book assesses the socio-economic factors that influence the performance of women income generating projects. The factors include the level of education and training of the group members, the influence of leadership on the performance of the projects, the influence of access to and control over finance, the influence of age and the influence of the gender roles on the performance of the women projects. This study targeted women projects’ leaders and participants. The study used descriptive survey design. In order to achieve the intended objective the study used questionnaires, focus group discussion and interview schedule to collect data in a sample of thirty six(36) subjects from a population of eighty(80) subjects chosen using simple random sampling.This meant that the success of the women projects would lead to generation of employment, reduction of poverty, crime and negative social activities.