Artisan workshop: Young people with disabilities make artesanal crafts and jewelry out of recycled materials. This program provides training and employment for people with disabilities and aims to change the stigma surrounding disability. To learn more about Adisa's artisans, you can visit their website here!
Mother entrepreneurs: Group of women with children with disabilities that prepares and offers food to various community organizations. These women manage this business and also provide food for Adisa events. The money earned is shared among the families to support their livelihoods of their families.
Savings and credit cooperative: Organizes a democratically operated saving and credit cooperative to empower and educate micro-entrepreneurs in financial literacy so that they can grow their businesses.