Entrepreneurship

  • Launching HSF Entrepreneurship and Creative Thinking Strategy:

On January 21st, 2014, HSF launched its new entrepreneurship strategy, as one of the fundamental aspects of its new development-oriented organizational strategies, by hosting a seminar by Dr. Nader Nada, a lecturer at Fatih University School of Engineering, Istanbul. The seminar, focused on entrepreneurship and creative thinking, discussed the major aspects of HSF's new strategy and was attended by a wide audience of young people.

 

  • Integrated volunteer training program for the Empower Them Project:

As the first step towards realizing its project objective, HSF held this training program, conducted by Khalid Al-Murait to prepare volunteer for its implementation needs and procedures. It included task and priorities management, time investment, and creativity and innovation skills.

Empower project



Proceeds from principle

(Do not give me a fish but teach me how to fish)

Aimed at providing a suitable environment to elevate the health, social, economic, environmental and education conditions of disadvantaged and marginalized families. The project provided the necessary training to those families to enable them to start their own micro-projects, in order to better their income. It was implemented as trail project in 2014, focusing on 5 families. The project was carried out by young volunteers, divided into teams of 5. Each team was assigned to support the advancement of one family within a period of 6 months.


Empower project



Proceeds from principle

(Do not give me a fish but teach me how to fish)

Aimed at providing a suitable environment to elevate the health, social, economic, environmental and education conditions of disadvantaged and marginalized families. The project provided the necessary training to those families to enable them to start their own micro-projects, in order to better their income. It was implemented as trail project in 2014, focusing on 5 families. The project was carried out by young volunteers, divided into teams of 5. Each team was assigned to support the advancement of one family within a period of 6 months.