Introduction about AKSD:
Al-Korra Foundation for Sustainable Development (AKSD) is a non-profit NGO registered in the Ministry of Social Solidarity in 2011 with number 8082. Consukorra Company in Cairo-a private sector company- has always believed in its commitment to support the development of the community, and it is from this belief that we have established our NGO. AKSD was created in 2010 from the vision that maintained that, charity and philanthropy activities, should rise to a higher level of sustainable development. Our objectives are: encourage competitiveness and productivity, aim at sustainable economic development having the younger generation’s concerns in our sights.
Support sustainable development and particularly the Economic Development through human and social capital investment
To work together to improve The Egyptian Responsible Competitiveness in the field of Socioeconomic Development. To maintain its positive and tangible impact on the sectors of the Egyptian society to sustain Egypt’s growth and prosperity
This can be implemented through our programs which are classified under three main pivots:
I: Increase employment opportunities for youth
2: Discover leadership skills/unique talents and lend our support to their projects and initiatives
3: Local sustainable development:
In brief, among the activities executed by AL Korra
From the activities – related to development - that the company used to perform and continued after Al Korra’s foundation, however in a more developed and systematized way is collaborating with other NGO’s to upgrade the life of families in certain villages by providing them with the basic living necessities and a source of income generator.
Alkorra with the NGO (Dar ElOrman & Masr Elkheir) takes the full responsibility of a certain village each year and provides the full support for its families in terms of delivering lighting, building roof ceiling, supplying drinkable water and even ensuring that a continuous source of income is granted to the family in need by providing them with a pregnant female cow for every family.
Sustaining the families’ income by distributing pregnant female cow to each of those families, where they can use it to generate a steady income by the selling of its calf in addition to guaranteeing a healthy nutrition (from fresh milk, cheese, butter…etc) all year long.
Consukorra sponsored villages development such as El Hardana village in Sohag , Gozor EL Faka’y in Beni Sweif , Khater Omara and Kolla Village where both are in Sohag, El Khaldeya village in El Fayoum, Riad village in kafr el Sheikh, Ehnasia in Beni Sweif