Food parcels and handouts offer temporary respite from hunger, but unless people are given the means to lift themselves out of destitution, the aid will eventually run out leaving only dependency.
Affordable and Sharia compliant financial services are central to addressing poverty. Microfinance services help the poorest earn a living, grow their businesses and create new jobs, pulling whole communities out of poverty.
Investments in the Islamic Finance Project are made on profit based on losses and by-mechanism. All investment activities of this project are to be autonomous. This project does not tolerate even the least interest in investment transactions. Moreover, no money is invested in Islamic funding projects in the form of stock, speculation, black market or smuggling for the purpose of expenditure of goods. The Islamic economic system does not work for only any group or some people. Rather, its works for the whole Ummah. Moreover, no business contributes to the interest of inverse of the society and the state. Islamic Finance Project does not invest any money in any illegal doing.
- The major investment methods of the Islamic Finance Project are:
- Musharaq or Shirak
- Bye Murabah
- Bye Muazzal
- Bye Salam
- Ijabarlil Biaah or Higher Purchase
- Hyper Purchase under Shirkatul Milk
- Investment auction
- Karz Hasana.