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Throwback Thursday: ASSET Training in Bolivia!

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Two years ago, we were in Bolivia, empowering women artisans to sustainably generate their own revenue. Artistri Sud’s Social Entrepreneurship Training Program resulted in a 57% increase in revenue for these women, and it opened their eyes to their potential as leaders. Watch our Throwback Thursday!

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Artistri Sud launches crowdfunding campaign to support Chile Project

Women training crowd funding

Our crowdfunding goal Starting July 20, Artistri Sud is delivering its life-changing training program in Chile. To help fund the project, we’ve launched a crowdfunding campaign, and there are only 28 days left to donate. Every bit of support matters and goes toward making a difference in the indigenous Mapuche women’s lives. These women are among […]

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ASSET program: impressive impacts after just one year

Participants report important impacts in key areas of personal and business lives. In September, 2014, Artistri Sud visited the women who participated in the first intensive entrepreneurship program the year before.  The goal of our researchers was to find out what the impacts of the program were on participants. The objective of Artistri Sud’s innovative […]

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Training women artisans and future entrepreneurs

Click to get an insider view of what we’re doing with women entrepreneurs in Bolivia! In September, 2013, we launched our pilot training program in Bolivia.  Experienced trainer Fred Schick took 21 women textile artisans from Bolivia through five intense days of entrepreneurship training.  The goal of the unique program is to help women in […]

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Finding new markets for traditional crafts

Having worked with women in Asia, Africa and Latin America, we know that they could really use a hand finding potential markets in the developed world. Our objective is sustainability, and in the short-term, that will mean concrete steps to support the women to find buyers for their products. For that reason, in the fall […]

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