DSI INTERNATIONAL INC. (DSI) was founded in New York, USA by 'Toyin Omolola in 2014 as a Not-for-profit entity with a 501 © 3 status.
The Organization was formed to educate, equip and empower individuals with necessary tools to establish reasonable and achievable goals which result in economic self-reliance and financial independence.
WHAT WE DO
We focus on capacity building while ensuring our program participants achieve their best and reach their highest potential through our commitment to their development. Our programs enable participants take up unique opportunities and turn them into impact making ventures.
WE ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT IMMIGRANT WOMEN, YOUTH AND CHILDREN
DSI deals with various areas of capacity building for individuals especially women, youth and immigrants. Our focus is in the area of supporting them as they adjust properly to a new life and empowering them to be productive members of their respective societies. We use a simple but innovative means to provide required services to our participants. Working together, we find value across boundaries, develop insights they can act on, and energize our participants to sustain success. We are passionate about always doing the right thing for our clients and our communities.
To accomplish our goals we organize trainings, seminars, conferences, workshops, and practical sessions, amongst others to ensure we fulfill our goal of building capacities. Our goal is to turn imaginations into achievements by continually motivating and supporting our clients from start to finish through our different development programs.
Our Mission is to use our channels to build a more sustainable bridge for success by:
EQUIPPING AND EMPOWERING participants with the necessary tools to establish reasonable and achievable goals;
MOTIVATING them to take the necessary steps towards successfully attaining their goals;
SUPPORTING them with all necessary resources, equipment and personnel for success.
PARTNERING WITH & SUPPORTING Organizations with similar Missions in Developing Countries.