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.

Noah's Ark



business incubator, 2016.

Devising ideas and means to help young people adapt to the current situation
and contribute to improving economic conditions

Launched by HSF in in an effort to mitigate the impact of the ongoing war on young entrepreneurs in Sana'a. Conceived in 2015, the idea was researched for 6 months until and came to fruition at the beginning of 2016.

As the culmination of tireless efforts by HSF members and volunteers, the incubator was finally launched on June 28th, 2016, in cooperation with Spark Organization from Denmark. HSF volunteers dedicated thought, time, and effort to the preparation of the incubator's site, necessary office equipment, basic supplies and IT services.

 

Noah's Arch Business Incubator provides 20 offices spaces to 20 emerging and struggling project and as a launching pad for youth projects. Each office space is furnished with an office desk and chair, file cabinet, and drawers, as well as the basic electronic equipment and services such as electricity, Internet, phone, printer, and photocopier. Noah's Arch also offers specialized consultancy services to entrepreneurs on the development of their projects, along with qualitative training to develop the required skills to ensure their success.

On the other hand, Noah's Arch also contributes in reducing the establishing and operating expenses of incubated projects in their early stages. All of these services are made available at a minimal fee, suited to the young entrepreneurs' capabilities.

Noah's Arch Business Incubator is considered one of the emerging economic development resources for entrepreneurs in Yemen; and as such, HSF and Spark are intent on expanding the project to establish a chain of business incubators in other cities in Yemen, to drive economic and social development and enable young Yemeni entrepreneurs.

 

 


Noah's Ark



business incubator, 2016.

Devising ideas and means to help young people adapt to the current situation
and contribute to improving economic conditions

Launched by HSF in in an effort to mitigate the impact of the ongoing war on young entrepreneurs in Sana'a. Conceived in 2015, the idea was researched for 6 months until and came to fruition at the beginning of 2016.

As the culmination of tireless efforts by HSF members and volunteers, the incubator was finally launched on June 28th, 2016, in cooperation with Spark Organization from Denmark. HSF volunteers dedicated thought, time, and effort to the preparation of the incubator's site, necessary office equipment, basic supplies and IT services.

 

Noah's Arch Business Incubator provides 20 offices spaces to 20 emerging and struggling project and as a launching pad for youth projects. Each office space is furnished with an office desk and chair, file cabinet, and drawers, as well as the basic electronic equipment and services such as electricity, Internet, phone, printer, and photocopier. Noah's Arch also offers specialized consultancy services to entrepreneurs on the development of their projects, along with qualitative training to develop the required skills to ensure their success.

On the other hand, Noah's Arch also contributes in reducing the establishing and operating expenses of incubated projects in their early stages. All of these services are made available at a minimal fee, suited to the young entrepreneurs' capabilities.

Noah's Arch Business Incubator is considered one of the emerging economic development resources for entrepreneurs in Yemen; and as such, HSF and Spark are intent on expanding the project to establish a chain of business incubators in other cities in Yemen, to drive economic and social development and enable young Yemeni entrepreneurs.