Graduation day July 2021 Weaving student Weaving workshop In the leather workshop

Dispositif d'Initiatives pour les Metiers de l'Artisanat

Org #76101
Vetted since 2020 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2015
year founded
$34,943
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Our mission is to give young people the skills to earn their living as artisans, to increase the incomes of practicing artisans, and to preserve traditional arts in Niger. We do this by providing training, equipment, and access to markets.

Projects (2)

Job Skills for Young People in Niger
Niger / Education
Job Skills for Young People in Niger
Start Weaving School in Niger
Niger / Education
Start Weaving School in Niger
Project Leaders
Judith Sen
Judith Sen
Soumana Saley
Soumana Saley
Team
Soumana Saley, Harouna Larabou, Adiza Amadou, Moussa Sirfi
Organization Information
Quartier SONUCI Francophonie, P. O. Box 10929
Niamey, 10929
Niger
227 96 97 66 93
Organization Information
Quartier SONUCI Francophonie, P. O. Box 10929
Niamey, 10929
Niger
227 96 97 66 93

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Job Skills for Young People in Niger

By Soumana Saley | President

The 70 tailoring, leatherworking, and weaving students at DIMA’s main training center are in the final months of their training program. As you can see from the photos in this report, they have... Read the full report ›

Job Skills for Young People in Niger

By Soumana Saley | President

Three days after DIMA published its last quarterly report, there was a coup in Niger. DIMA was very fortunate that it was still able to carry out the projects it had planned for the... Read the full report ›

Job Skills for Young People in Niger

By Soumana Saley | President

DIMA finished the academic year at its main training center in June. The students are taking their summer break and the three master weavers who had been working at the school have returned to their... Read the full report ›
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