WORK WE DO

Ashraful Aid has been sustaining the needs of communities for over 25 years. We provide Aid to over 25 countries. Our organisation is beyond colour, caste or creed; we are for humanity

 

Over 2000 Victims of Disaster Assisted

Over 200,000 Meals Provided

Hundreds Of Students Assisted

132 Wells Completed

Over R20 Million Allocated to Food Relief Projects

Over R4.5 Million Administered In Bursaries, Scholar Support

Over R5 Million Worth Of Disaster Relief Provided

Over 28,000 People Benefitted With Clean Water

Our Bank Details

Account Name: Ashraful Aid
Bank Name: First National Bank (FNB)
Zakat Account: 628 176 903 41
Lillah Account: 628 176 787 77
Branch Code: 250655 

Email: finance@ashrafulaid.org

Monitoring and Evaluation

Ashraful Aid is committed to monitoring and evaluating its programs and activities to ensure that they are effective and achieving their intended outcomes. This policy outlines the organisation’s approach to monitoring and evaluations, including the tools and techniques that will be used, and the roles and responsibilities of staff and partners. Purpose of Monitoring and Evaluations: The purpose of monitoring and evaluations at Ashraful Aid is to ensure that our programs and activities are effective and are achieving their intended outcomes. By regularly monitoring and evaluating our work, we can identify areas for improvement, assess the impact of our efforts, and adapt our strategies to better serve those in need. Tools and Techniques for Monitoring and Evaluations: Ashraful Aid will use a range of tools and techniques for monitoring and evaluations, including surveys, interviews, focus group discussions, and other data collection methods. These tools and techniques will be used to collect data on the effectiveness of our programs and activities, and to identify areas for improvement. Roles and Responsibilities: All Ashraful Aid staff and partners are responsible for ensuring that our monitoring and evaluations are carried out in a timely and effective manner. Staff will be trained on the tools and techniques used for monitoring and evaluations, and they will be responsible for collecting and reporting on data as required. Periodic Evaluations In addition to regular monitoring and evaluations, Ashraful Aid will also conduct periodic evaluations of our programs and activities. These evaluations will be carried out by independent experts who will provide an objective assessment of our work and make recommendations for improvement. Ashraful Aid is committed to monitoring and evaluating our programs and activities to ensure that they are effective and are achieving their intended outcomes. By regularly monitoring and evaluating our work, we can ensure that we are making a positive impact on the lives of those in need. Ashraful Aid is committed to ensuring that our programs and activities are effective and achieving their intended outcomes. In order to do this, we have developed a comprehensive Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) policy framework to guide our work. Our M&E policy framework includes the following key elements:
  1. Clearly defined program objectives and indicators to measure success.
  2. Regular data collection and analysis to monitor program progress and identify areas for improvement.
  3. Use of a range of M&E tools and techniques, including surveys, interviews, and focus group discussions.
  4. Regular reporting to stakeholders on the progress and impact of our programs.
  5. Periodic evaluations by independent experts to provide an objective assessment of our work and make recommendations for improvement.
  6. Use of the findings from our M&E activities to inform program design and implementation, and to adapt our strategies as needed.
Our M&E policy framework is designed to ensure that our programs and activities are effective and achieving their intended outcomes. By regularly monitoring and evaluating our work, we can ensure that we are making a positive impact on the lives of those we serve. Charitable organizations play a vital role in addressing the various social and economic challenges facing South Africa. These organizations work to improve the lives of individuals and communities by providing a range of services and support, including healthcare, education, housing, and economic development.