Muslim Aid held its 26th Annual General Meeting at its headquarters in London on Saturday 25 June 2011. The AGM discussed and approved the annual report and audited accounts for 2010. TheTrustees expressed their gratitude to the donors, partners and volunteers who continued to support the Charity in what was a difficult economic year for many people around the world.
During 2010 Muslim Aid actively provided humanitarian assistance in Haiti, Pakistan, the Gambia, Sri Lanka, Kenya, occupied Palestinian territory, Somalia and Sudan and funded various types of programmes in 58 countries. The trustees commended the efforts of Muslim Aid staff at the headquarters and field offices, as well as our partners on the ground who worked tirelessly to help the victims of emergencies and disasters to rebuild their shattered lives.
Several successful campaigns were organised throughout 2010, the biggest of which was the Charity’s Ramadan 2010 Campaign which raised over £3.8 million through community donations from both the UK and EU region, as well as Asia, Canada and the USA.
Muslim Aid Chairman Sir Iqbal Sacranie observed that the “the Charity is committed with vigour and dedication to bring peace, progress and development in all parts of the world and to all people by undertaking eco-friendly poverty eradicating projects and harmonious human development”.