The sessions of the first National Conference on Endowments continue in Sana’a – Sabaant

Sana – Skeba:

Today, in Sana’a, the sessions of the first national donation conference, organized by the General Authority for Donations, continued under the slogan “Together after the strategic transformation of donation work.”

Presented at the first session of the conference, in the presence of the Chairman of the Government, Allama Abdul Majeed Al-Houthi, Vice-President of the Government Abdullah Allaw, and Deputy Secretary of the Ministry of Local Administration Abdul Salam Al-Dulai, the second as entitled “Elements of Building the General Authority for Endowments”.

The second axis in the session chaired by the President of the Iqra University, dr. Ashraf al-Kibsi, contained four scientific papers, the first of which was presented by researcher and academic at Community College Najib al-Maghraby on the development of institutional governance. of the General Authority of Endowments in the light of international experience.

The Moroccan researcher pointed out the essence, nature, objectives, characteristics and principles of donation, monetary donation, the Islamic financial financing system, the concept of financing in the Islamic financial system, and the principles and modern and innovative strategic investment methods for institutional development of donations.

While the researcher Maher Al-Nazari in the second assignment dealt with the requirements for the development of electronic management in the Awqaf Authority, with reference to the concept of electronic and the requirements for its application, “organizational, administrative, technical, technical and technological, human, financial and legislative. “

He stressed the importance of activating the role of human cadres among government employees in the field of computer software in producing computer programs for the management of work and the provision and processing of infrastructure, which contribute to the activation and facilitation of the application of electronic management.

The third paper, submitted by the specialist in the General Administration of Notables in the Endowment Authority, researcher Ahlam Al-Qaisel, reviewed the scope of benefit from modern scientific administrative experiences to develop the endowment resources of the authority.

Researcher Al-Qaisel touched on the development of the maturity administrative process in Yemen in terms of the institutional framework and organizational structure of endowment. She referred to the Kuwaiti experience in the development of endowment resources and its role in caring for the disabled and special groups, health science development, the Holy Quran and its sciences, as well as caring for mosques and the family and preserving the environment.

She presented Yemen’s experience in the residential real estate projects of the endowment, including housing projects in the capital’s secretariat, and emphasized the importance of activating the role of endowment in job creation through endowment investment projects that help the level of workers and to improve professionals.

While the professor in the Department of Libraries at the Faculty of Arts at Sanaa University, Tahani Moussa, spoke in the fourth paper, about the endowment libraries in Yemen “studying reality and future aspirations” .. with reference to the concept of the endowment and the donation library, its origin and its importance in the preservation of Islamic heritage.

And I reviewed the reality of endowment libraries in Yemen and their establishment, and the libraries of the General Authority for Endowments, including its library in the General Secretariat, which was established in 1976 AD to spread religious culture in the community and knowledge among the employees of the Ministry of Endowment Funds and endowment libraries in mosques and private libraries.

In the second session within the second axis of the conference, chaired by the Vice-Dean of the College of Administrative Sciences for Postgraduate Studies at Dhamar University, Dr. Abdullah Al-Qurashi, four dissertations and scientific research were presented by a number of academics.

Where the first paper presented by the Chair of the Scientific Committee of the National Conference on Endowments, Drs. Muhammad Al-Qattabri, dealt with the forms and areas of cooperation between donations and society and their impact on development by benefiting from international experiences.

The paper focused on the vital role of endowment and its contribution to community service, social and health care, poverty reduction, labor market revitalization, unemployment reduction, insuring the families of martyrs, and caring for strangers, the elderly. , the afflicted, and the afflicted.

Dr Al-Qattabri presented the international experiences of donation and participation in society, including the Kuwaiti and Moroccan experiences, which highlighted the importance of Yemeni donations in sustainable and economic development, the provision and facilitation of loans, financing of schools and colleges, and the provision of grants, among others.

The Dean of the Center for Development, Academic Accreditation and Quality Assurance at the Police Academy, dr. Muhammad Al-Harazi, revised the second paper entitled “The Economic and Development Role of the Waqf”.

He highlighted the role of the donation in the development of many economic sectors, including agriculture, industry, commercial, real estate and others, in addition to its role in the distribution of wealth and the improvement of income and its contribution to the support of the state’s general budget.

Dr. Al-Harazi addressed the role of endowment in addressing the phenomenon of unemployment, the problem of poverty and some financing problems, and stressed the need to expedite the issuance of regulations and regulations for endowment services and others so that those in charge of donate to it and guide the beneficiaries of its services.

The former president of Dhamar University, dr. Muhammad Al-Rafiq, in the third paper, identified the innovative and modern endowment formulas and the requirements for their application in Yemen in the light of Arab and international experiences.

He referred to the Arab and international experiences in investing endowment funds and real estate, including the experience of Jordan, Morocco and Kuwait in the side of endowment funds, Sudan, Singapore and India … and stressed the importance of applying innovative and modern formulas for investment donation funds and properties by taking advantage of international experiences in the exploitation and investment of donation funds and properties.

While the assistant professor at the Department of Political Science at Amran University, dr. Nabil Badr Al-Din, presented the fourth paper entitled “The role of governance in the investment and development of endowment resources of the general authority for endowments”.

He defined management as a method of exercising the powers of rational management and a set of rules, laws and foundations that govern the work of companies, gain effective control over their board of directors, and regulate the relationship between them and stakeholders. to the components of the management system and the importance and objectives of management of the maturity institution in support of the performance, efficiency and effectiveness of the maturity work.

In his assignment, dr. Badr El-Din summarized the determinants and standards of governance of the General Authority for Endowment Funds, the pillars of endowment management, the mechanisms of their application in endowment institutions, and the role of governance in investing and developing endowment resources to achieve development.

The first and second workshops were enriched with extensive interventions and discussions by the participants in the conference, which emphasized the zeal in their entirety to integrate efforts to promote the course of endowment work and to support the efforts of the General Authority for Endowment Funds to to repair and sponsor. donation funds and properties.

The two sessions were attended by the commission’s representatives, dr. Muhammad Al-Somali, Kahlan Al-Sadh, Muhammad Jahaf and dr. Abdullah Al-Qadami.

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