At the Pacific Region Training & Technical Assistance, we help organizations serving Native communities in the Pacific to develop and to find grant funding for their community-based projects. As a Resource of the Administration for Native Americans, we are dedicated to serving the Native peoples of the Pacific Region, including Hawaiʻi, American Sāmoa, Guam and CNMI. Call our office today for free help with your project!
We offer free training workshops and virtual webinars to organizations serving
Native communities in the Pacific Region. Browse our upcoming free training events
Webinar | “Indigenous Production and
Marketing of Native Goods”
- Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, 9 a.m.
- Hosted by the ANA Pacific Region TTA Center
The sustained production of Native goods has always empowered our people with knowledge passed down through the generations. What if we could harness that knowledge to empower our people economically as well? In this national ANA webinar, we’ll look at how Native communities can find and cultivate markets for their Native goods. Featured will be the Guam-based ANA SEEDS grantee GUMA, which empowers Chamorro craftspeople by facilitating market channels for them to sell their traditional and contemporary crafts.
2016-2017 ANA Project Planning & Development Training Series
*** THIS YEAR’S PPD TRAINING IS NOW OVER. ANY NEW TRAININGS WILL BE ADDED TO THIS PAGE. ***
Whether you’re a community advocate starting a brand new organization or a seasoned grants veteran looking to form an ANA-eligible project from the ground up, you’ll definitely want to attend. We’ll cover all the fundamentals of forming a great community-based project in our free three-day training. It’s the perfect way to build the skills of your organization’s project teams.
CNMI: August 9 – 11
Guam: August 15 – 17
Oʻahu: August 16 – 18
Amerika Sāmoa: August 30 – September 1
Kauaʻi: August 30 – September 1
Register for a workshop near you!
Got Questions, or Just Want to Brainstorm?
Call 1-844-944-9544, or click the button below for free help with your Native community-serving project plan