MAA International (MAA) began operating in 1989, raising funds for humanitarian and development projects to support & assist the world’s poorest & most needy communities regardless of race, religion, or nationality.
MAA delivers our international humanitarian and development projects primarily through implementing partners and MAA Field Offices. We also deliver local activities in partnership with local community groups and service providers.
MAA practices all necessary due diligence to ensure all its potential and registered partners are assessed prior to the commencement of any MAA aid or development project initiative.
MAA’s selection of Field Partners focusses on the transparent nature of each field partner, location, and skills to implement and deliver upon each project.
MAA has a defined Partner Rate Card system that has been put in place to rate its Field-Partners against clear Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
MAA's vast network of Field Partners can be found below:
- Al Imdaad Trust - South Africa
- Al-Khidmat Foundation - Pakistan
- Baghbaan Incorporated - Pakistan
- El-Ehsan Charitable Relief Foundation - Ghana
- Hayrat Insani Yardim Dernegi - Turkey
- Human Access for Partnership & Development - Yemen
- Impact Initiative - Bangladesh
- Improvement for Development for Communities - Palestine
- Islamic Zakat Society - Palestine
- Mpogo Islamic Centre - Uganda
- Tayyab Foundation Australia - India
- Waso Resource Development Agency - Kenya
- Yayasan Rumah Sakit Islam Banyu Bening - Indonesia
- Yayasan Wahana Madiri Indonesia - Indonesia
- Sondouk al-Zakat el-Minieh Branch - Lebanon
- Zadcom for Relief & Development - Jordan
- Zamzam Foundation - Somalia
More information about specific local projects can be found at our Partner websites.
MAA also implements it’s own projects utilising our own field offices and suppliers in:
- South Africa