Coaching and Assistance for Sustainable Entrepreneurship (CASE), an artisan development project in Chiapas, Mexico (2016-18) led by CL-ATA and funded by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, was completed on April 30, 2018. It assisted 350
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This spring, Aid to Artisans continued its Artisans Women Initiative in Djibouti by conducting 2 product development workshops in Ali Sabieh and Tadjourah. This initiative is the second phase of our Job Promotion for Youth
Inspired by the landscape, culture, and richly influenced by its age-old heritage, Tunisian crafts have had limited exposure in local Medinas and few places overseas. However, given the tremendous potential and demand for handmade craft,
ATA has embarked on a partnership with the Las Vegas Market (LVM), inaugurating its “Training for Entrepreneurs in Artisans Market” (TEAM) initiative. ATA’s TEAM initiative advances entrepreneurship of artisan-based business and introduces fresh concepts in new market-ready products
This is the third year ATA has collaborated with Hands Along the Nile Development Services (HANDS) to host the “Hands American and Egyptian Professional Fellows Program” between the US and countries in the Middle East and North