Operational Performance 2007-2012

Distributed Funds

The Aden Foundation for smaller funding has tried since the period 2007 till 2012 in granting 27,899 loans of amount 1,283,388,200 Yemeni riyals.

Adhering strictly to the goal for which it is established the Foundation has continued its parade of growth and has never stopped in granting loans and supporting projects even through the crisis period during 2011 and challenging terrorism which endangered its activities but due to the faith of the staff and the clients the Foundation was able to continue its activities and distribute larger amounts in its history and that the amount of loans reached in 2011 were 7,563 loans that amounted to 382,764,000 riyals.

Table Volume of Loans Granted During 2007/2012

Details 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
 Number of loans 822 2,747 4,846 5,714 7,563 6,207
 Loan amount 24,405,00 76,377,000 141,616,200 209,258,000 382,764,000 448,968,000
 Mean loan 29,690 27,804 29,223 36,622 50,610 72,332
 Total loans 27,899
 Total amount 1,283,388,200
 Number of beneficiary 4,110 13,735 24,230 28,570 37,815 31,035

 ** mean of individuals per family in Yemen is 5 individuals.

The following graphs show volume of granted loans in 2007/2012

 

Activities:

Table Showing Active loans during 2007 - 2012

Details 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012
Active loans 701 2,207 4,455 5,560 7,595 6,666
Amount 13,836,203 43,602,422 85,988,202 130,745,586 245,086,253 298,624,019
Mean balance 19,738 19,756 19,301 23,515 32,269 44,798

The following charts show the active loans during the period 2007- 2012

 

Geographical distribution of active clients in number:

It is seen in both diagrams below the number of active clients centered at Dar Sa’ad. It is seen that the Dar Sa’ad branch is three times bigger than other areas such as Bureka, Basateen, lohoom where it is seen to have most poverty in those areas. 

  

Remarks:

  • Sh. Othman includes Mansoora, Mimdara, Mahareeq and Saila
  • Dar Sa’ad includes Basateen, Bureka and Alluhoom
  • rater includes Ma'alla, Qallu’a, Tawahi, Khormaksar, Areesh

Distribution against productivity

It is seen from the chart below that the Foundation has distributed during 2007/2012 most loans to productivity groups of women which shows that the Foundation concentrates more on women.

 

Ratio in the market:

Table Showing Active loans during 2007 - 2012

Details 2009 2010 2011 2012
Total active loans 40,342 66,419 63,618 71,275
Total active loans of Aden Foundation 4,455 5,560 7,595 6,666
Ratio of Aden Foundation in the market 11% 8.3% 12% 9.3%