SOUL - Sana’a Microfinance program
Tue. 19 Mar. 2019

Long Terms Projects

Sana’a Microfinance program

Sana’a Microfinance program (AZAL) was established in October 2001, in partnership with the Social Fund for Development, to contribute to poverty reduction. This program offers a distinct chance for people, especially women and youth, to improve or start their own income generating projects.
It is considered a very important tool to expand the occupational and economical opportunities for the poor. It aims to support individuals willing to run their own small enterprises as income generating activities by using Islamic benefits and loans (“Murabaha”).