Nama Fund was established in 2017 as economic enterprise in Share Foundation which came to fill the gap that existed and is still in the economic movement in Syria. Nama Fund finances the entrepreneurs to start-ups their businesses or to upgrade their existing projects to a better level. Nama Fund finds solutions to many of the economic problems that resulted from the Syrian crisis for the Syrians inside Syria and in the countries of asylum.
Nama Fund manages microcredit programs to support innovative projects that promote economic growth in poor areas. The project grants micro-loans ranging from US $ 500-2000 to poor farmers and small-scale project owners who do not have access to conventional loan services. These amounts form the capital to start their businesses. These funds are mobilized to lend new entrepreneurs in order to give a larger segment of clients the access to financial services.