The International Islamic Charitable Organization is one of the largest institutions working in the humanitarian field in the Islamic world. It is an independent charitable organization with multiple activities that provides its humanitarian services to the needy in the world without discrimination or intolerance and away from interfering in politics or ethnic conflicts. The establishment of the commission dates back to 1984 AD, when a number of Muslim scholars called for the necessity of collecting one billion dollars to invest and spend from its revenue to resist the triad of danger (poverty, ignorance and disease) and to meet the growing needs of poor communities, after the high rates of disease, poverty, illiteracy and unemployment in most Islamic countries. In appreciation of the nation’s need, and based on the humanitarian orientations of the State of Kuwait, the Kuwaiti National Assembly approved a law officially establishing it, bearing No. (64/1986 AD), and stipulating that the authority should be a legal personality, based in Kuwait, and it may establish branches outside Kuwait, and conduct its activities in accordance with the provisions of its articles of association. Then these efforts culminated in the issuance of an Emiri decree with its basic system during the reign of the late Emir Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah - may God have mercy on him - on 4 Jumada II 1407 AH corresponding to February 3, 1987 AD. The International Islamic Charitable Organization
Making the greatest impact on human empowerment in the communities in which we work.
- strategic goals: - Introducing moderate Islamic culture. - Economic empowerment of those in need. - Providing educational and rehabilitation opportunities that achieve qualitative outputs. - Building the internal capacity of partner field institutions.
- Hawalli Governorate, Al-Shuhada District