The project leverages women’s social networks in rural Kenya to extend supply chain at the last mile in delivery of enhanced complementary foods to mothers of children aged 6-24 months. Bulky enhanced commercially available complementary food is hygienically re-packaged into smaller quantities, and sold door to door by trained women entrepreneurs. The women entrepreneurs train mothers on proper food nutrition and age-appropriate complementary foods while making their sales’ pitch. The primary objective is to improve early childhood development outcomes in children aged 6-24 months using a unique business model driven by women to increase availability and demand for complementary foods through repackaged affordable sizes. The secondary objective is to empower rural women economically through a social entrepreneurship model.