Providing Dignity in Life and Death: Anjuman Mufidul Islam: Association for Humanitarian Activities—According to Islamic Precepts (p.49)
Source: Asian Development Bank
Investing in Ourselves: Giving and Fund Raising in Bangladesh seeks to document Asian fundraising experience in order to supplement or replace imported models and experience for use in local training; and to demonstrate that charitable giving and volunteering takes place even in relatively poor countries that do not share Western cultural traditions. The study includes 20 case studies of successful local fundraising. The objectives of Anjuman are: To create amity between Muslims and members of other communities. To provide basic, scientific, vocational and moral education to boys and girls of the low income group and the hard-to-reach poor. To provide financial help, training in income-generating activity and other assistance to orphans, elderly, destitute and the deserted. To provide medical and health care to the poor and the destitute including emergency medical relief during disasters. To provide free ambulance service for the needy. To perform the last rites of burials for the dead Muslims handed over to Anjuman by the poor, hospitals or the police. And to provide relief in areas affected by natural calamities.
Keyword: Partnership Strategy