Educating women and girls, is the most important empowerment tool on disposal for any Policy making body in the whole world. The world is saturated with stories of a successful ‘’educate women’’ programs whose outcomes translated into growth of economic and social benefits. Well-researched studies have regularly shown that educating women have the most efficient investment return by 2 digit percentage points and the margin is more in some countries than its in others. Certainly countries like Somalia constitute one of the countries where education of women and empowering them with other skill-building interventions has produced the highest return-on-investment among the world despite the limited opportunities in disposal. Development agents therefore, need to build on this idea that economic and social development rest upon women & girls education.