Aid to Artisans: Nearly $490,000 will allow Aid to Artisans to help more than 800 Wayuu women in northern Colombia increase their incomes from handicraft sales by providing business training, product design support, new market development and buyer linkages.
What does ATA stand for?
ATA stands for Aid to Artisans (Newtown, MA)
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n Recipient of the Aid to Artisans -- Preservation of Craft Award in New York -- 2003.
An auctioneer will showcase one-of-a-kind resources found in the World Style division of the show, with proceeds to benefit the Aid to Artisans Small Grants Program, which helps artisans create sustainable businesses.
Driven to the brink of creative and physical collapse, he hooked up with Aid to Artisans, a nonprofit organization that helps craftspeople in developing countries make products for the U.
In 1990, attempting to answer these questions, the Asociacion Mexicana de Artes y Culturas Populares (Mexican Association of Popular Art and Culture--AMACUP), based in Mexico City, and Aid to Artisans (ATA), based in Farmington, Connecticut, began developing and promoting artisan products using natural and renewable resources.
These unique designs are created and sourced through long-standing relationships with organizations that support the development of global craft and artisan skills including Aid to Artisans and Keith Recker's Hand/Eye Magazine and Fund.
Bajalia's collaborative partners globally include US AID, BPeace (Business Council for Peace), Aid to Artisans, SEWA, India, Export Promotion Council for Handcrafts (EPCH), India and Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship at Rollins College.
His work experience also includes serving as a consultant for Aid to Artisans, the West African Trade Hub and the Kenya Export Promotion Council.