Ashraful Aid is dedicated to maintaining good governance and accountability. To ensure these values are upheld, the organization has a Board of Directors that includes both executive and non-executive members. In addition, the organization has a WAQF board to manage its endowments and a Shariah Advisory Shura (committee) that oversees its Zakaah program.
The management team, led by the COO, includes individuals responsible for various functions such as programme and project management, operations, fundraising, finance, regional coordination, donor management, and monitoring and evaluation. Board meetings are held quarterly, while management meetings are held weekly. Annual activity and audited financial reports are published to ensure transparency and accountability.
Overall, Ashraful Aid’s commitment to good governance and accountability helps to ensure that the organization operates effectively and in the best interests of its stakeholders.Strategic planning sessions are held once a year. An annual activity report, as well as financial statements, is published once a year.
Representative in Cape Town (Western Cape)
164 Mary road Sparks,Sydenham
(Executive Director)Skills and qualifications: EAAB Certificate/Project Management Diploma (+15 years experience in humanitarian work)
(Member/Secretary )Skills and qualifications: Qualified Montessori teacher, founder of Ashraful Aid, 25 years experience in NGO and humanitarian work Qualified Montessori teacher, founder of Ashraful Aid, 25 years experience in NGO and humanitarian work
Dr Salim Latib
(Member)Skills and qualifications: Phd in Public Administration; Masters of Management; BA Honours Political Science; Extensive experience in Public Administration and Management and Public Development
(Treasurer)Skills and qualifications: Entrepreneur and businessman, over 20 years business experience