The KABF was formed in 1991 with the aim to identify and promote boxing talent in the region, but such aspirations slowly vanished due to lack of interest from residents of the region.
Local boxing coach Godried Muyenga is determined to revive the sport, which he describes as a lucrative business.
Muyenga told the media here on Wednesday that the KABF was supposed to have its congress last year, but it failed to take place because there were no competent people to take up positions in the federation.
Following the failure of the congress, a steering committee was elected to spearhead boxing activities in the region as well as to prepare for an elective congress.
The congress is scheduled to take place next month on a date yet to be decided.
Muyenga believes that once revived, the federation will undoubtedly produce potential professional boxers from the region.
He announced that positions up for election in the federation are those of regional chairperson, vice-chairperson, secretary, treasurer, coach, public relations officer, and team manager.
Once the KABF leadership is elected, Muyenga explained they intend to rejuvenate boxing clubs throughout the entire region, as at the moment there are only three boxing clubs active namely the Mpungu, Rundu and Divundu boxing clubs.
Once revived, the regional boxing federation will train boxers to participate in the annual Namibian national boxing championships.
He thus called on members of the public who are boxing lovers, to come on board and financially support the federation, because at the moment they cannot host tournaments due to lack of funds.
The federation neither has a fixed venue nor a boxing ring for members to properly train in.