AKF aiming by implementing effective social and livelihood programs, to improve economic and social conditions that lead eventually to decrease poverty level for both individuals and communities, along with executing infrastructure programs to increase communities’ resistance.
AKF livelihood programs includes; Economic empowerment project for Youth and rural women; support health sector; improve social welfare; funding and supporting communities initiatives and small associations, along with other sustainability programs.
Electronic Diagnostics & Troubleshooting for Automobiles2017-10-09
funded by GIZ, trained 15 young males and females in the field of Electronic Diagnostics & Troubleshooting for Automobiles, in 2017 in Sana'a.
Youth Life Skills Program2017-09-17
funded by GIZ, trained 14 young males and females in the field of life skills, in 2017 in Sana'a.
Building Walls of Cemeteries2017-03-08
Building a wall of the Snaih al-Mudhaf cemetery to honor the dead in Bani Shaybah al-Sharq, al, Taiz governorate, during 2017-2018.
Troubleshooting & Maintenance of Electrical Power Generators for Orphans2015-11-10
funded by GIZ, trained 20 young males and females of orphans community in the field of troubleshooting & maintenance of electrical power generators in 2015 in Sana'a.
Empowerment of Female Accounting Graduates from Al-Khansa Institute2015-08-18
shared with GIZ, Trained 30 female accounting graduates from al-Khansa institute, in Taiz in 2015
Support Youth Weddings2015-04-29
Support Weddings of 142 youths in Taiz governorate in 2015.
Funding Al Suwayqah Valley Study2013-12-01
Funding Al Suwayqah Valley Study in Bani Shaibah Al sharq, Taiz governorate, during 2013-2018.
Accountants Training Program2013-10-28
Shared with Skills Development Fund, trained 130 young males and females of accounting graduates during 2013-2015 in Sana'a and Taiz.
Building and Restoring Mosques and Quran Recitation Classes2012-07-27
Restoring Mosques and building Quran recitation classes in Bani Shaibah Al Sharq, Taiz governorate, during 2012-2019.
Youth Skill Development Program2011-09-21
Shared with USAID skill development for 240 young males and females from Al Jawf, Mareb, Shabwah, Abyan, and Amran during 2011-2013.