Our main duty is to teach the Ummahand help the poor people access basic services, including education, water, sanitation as well as health care. We provide lasting routes out of poverty through our sustainable livelihood schemes, and our integrated approach to development is transforming communities in Uganda.
We tackle the root causes of poverty and make sure that the world’s most vulnerable people have a strong voice and real influence in both our programmes and advocacy. We are also a policy leader on Islamic humanitarianism, and our research programmes develop distinctive, practical approach to the key issues that affect our country today.
We endeavor to protect life and dignity, empower communities as we strengthen the Salfah Charitable Organisation family.
We remain guided by the timeless teachings and values of the Qur’an and Sunnah most especially,
- Sincerity (Ikhlas). In responding to poverty and suffering, our efforts are driven by sincerity to God and the need to fulfill our obligations to humanity.
- Excellence (Ihsan). Our actions in tackling poverty are marked by excellence in our operations and the conduct through which we help the deserving people we serve.
- Compassion (Rahma). We believe the protection and well being of every life is of paramount importance and we shall join the other humanitarian actors to act as one in responding to suffering brought on by disasters, poverty and injustice.
- Social Justice (Adl). Our work is founded on enabling people and institutions to fulfill the rights of the poor and vulnerable. We work to empower the dispossessed towards realizing their God-given human potential and develop their capabilities and resources.
- Custodianship (Amana). We uphold our value of custodianship over earth and its resources, and the trust people place in us as a humanitarian and development practitioner to be transparent and accountable.