The urban slums area however is a little upgraded version of rural areas and the females living in their also go for jobs but still they are entangled in the shackles of illiteracy and poverty. They can’t compete with the educated and active females and hence the job opportunities are very difficult for them in terms of lack of capacity for these females to get skilled jobs in urban market. The females are conversant with the cooking of foods in their kitchens for their children and according to field observation and ongoing Education Fund for Sindh Survey for Urban Slums of Karachi; it has been revealed that most of the females in UC Sakhi Hassan cook safe and hygienic food for their children. Their family members are indeed involved in income opportunities and most of them are dependent on daily wages to make both ends meet. MDF aims to further build the capacity of these females living in urban slums by providing them safe food hygienic kits and establishing their linkages with corporate sector industries working in Karachi to develop business relationship amongst both parties. Through this intervention women income generation will increase and food security and income security will be ensured and the food products of these slum areas will reach to the professional people working in different industries and companies of Karachi.