Djiboutian American Community Empowerment Project (DACEP)
Who We Are
Our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly in the actions of our initiatives. From the moment we started our work in 2019, we understood that by working together we could overcome our challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Djiboutian American Community Empowerment Project (DACEP). We strive to make a positive change in all of our pursuits.
Ways We Help
The Focus of Our Efforts
Youth & Adult Programs
Change for the Better
Women Empowerment Projects
Health and wellness Community Outreach
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Sewing project is a community inspired, free weekly program sponsored by Grass Root Fund designed for beginner into to intermediate level of sewing class for women and girls. Structured through community building and relation as well as women empowerment. The sewing project is one of the many programs run by DACEP that directly cater to preventing and reducing social isolation social amongst women. Class A on Saturday's and Class B on Tuesday's at 11 Lisbon Street Suite 203 Lewiston, Maine 0424 and will run for 8 weeks! the program aims to have total of 4 cohorts.
Our 2nd Annual Gathering Aug/2022
Djiboutian American Community Empowerment Project (DACEP) invited Dr. Abdourahman Barkat God, who is a public figure in Djibouti to their Second Annual Gathering in Lewiston, Maine for two days. he held multiple speeches with the community about strengthening and the collaboration and the togetherness of Djiboutian and talked about the best ways to integrate in their new home (USA).
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