Markazul Ighasathil Khairiyathil Hindiyya (Relief and Charitable Foundation of India) is an ISO 9001:2015 certified non-denominational organization, founded in 2000, with its mission for uplifting the socio-cultural aspects of backward sections in the grassroots level.
The genesis of RCFI is the inspiring vision of Indian Sufi Scholar Sheikh Aboobacker Ahmed to uplift the quality of lives of the most marginalised communities in different locations of the country. Sheikh Aboobacker Ahmed is a popular figure and the founder of many civil society organizations and by representing India in many peace and interfaith dialogues and conferences of national and international mandate. In 2000, he envisioned an expert professional agency which can facilitate communities in India in improving their quality of lives – hence began the journey of RCFI.
The organization has directly reached almost 2.35 million people in 24 states with the support of national and international funding agencies, people contribution and individual private donors. RCFI now works in diverse fields from water and sanitation to health, sustainable measures to support livelihood to disaster risk reduction and response, cultural restoration to school improvement and family food security to individual special care programme. The organization focus on developing and strengthening sustainable community level cultural institutions, so that they are better able to connect with local government programmes to access entitlements and public services.
We seek a prosperous world, sustainability and justice, where the people can identify their needs and live a peaceful quality life
RCFI exist to enable the empowerment of communities particularly the marginalised and underprivileged, to affect demonstrable, measurable and lasting improvement and to reduce the vulnerability, by which people can take control over their life to create more equitable society and ecosystem.
Gen. Secretary, RCFI
Executive Member of NCPUL
Chairman, Haj Committee Govt. of Kerala
Vice Chancellor, Jamia Markaz
Former Chairman Haj Committee Govt. of Kerala
Adv. AK Ismail Wafa
Former Member Wakf Board Govt.of Kerala
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