Information about AMF-funded projects over the past few years.
National Wellness Network - Modern University of Business and Science in Beirut. This project provided six work-based learning programs to support 90 unemployed/semi-employed youths (80% refugees and 20% displaced Lebanese) with technical and job skills for the Lebanese market and remote working.
A project in Malta which ran September 2021 - August 2022. This project aimed to help young refugees in Malta through provision of ‘tech packs’ and a community centre for classes, community activities and PC-access for job hunting.
A project in Athens, Greece which ran February 2021 - October 2022. The project aimed to foster social integration through technical training (e.g. 'Cooking' pictured left) and Greek language support.
Three projects in Lebanon which ran 2019 - 2020. Rahma were the recipients of AMF's first 'scheduled' grant in spring 2019 and were subsequently approached by AMF to implement two emergency projects: one at the start of the pandemic and one following the Beirut explosion.