The Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD)

Reducing Poverty Through Solidarity

Supporting Education, Driving Economic Empowerment, Enabling Community Development, Improving Health
DIRECTOR GENERAL’S MESSAGE

ISFD Launches Its New Website

Dear Website Visitors,
I am pleased to announce the launch of the new website of the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD). This milestone marks a significant step towards enhancing our digital presence and strengthening the bonds of solidarity among member countries.

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fathiyah yousuf
TESTIMONIALS

Voices from the Field

With the ISFD's unwavering support, Fablab Libya has revolutionized digital manufacturing and entrepreneurship in Libya. Their invaluable contributions have propelled us towards our goal of empowering 100,000 students and 1,000 teachers within the first year.

Fathiyah Yousuf
CEO of Fablab Libya
nasser diallo
TESTIMONIALS

Voices from the Field

Clinic +O, supported by the ISFD, is transforming healthcare access in Guinea Conakry through an innovative platform that connects marginalized communities with essential primary care services. This project is reducing transportation costs and reaching thousands, with the potential to impact millions across Guinea and West Africa.

Nasser Diallo
Clinic +O Founder & CEO
OUR IMPACT

Where Our Funding Flows

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Amidst the turmoil of Syria's civil war, Noor Jomaa, a Syrian refugee, refused to let her educational aspirations fade away. With the support of the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD), she embarked on a remarkable journey to pursue her accounting dreams.

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Dr. Vincent Ngaradoum, a medical professional from Chad, is pursuing a career in ophthalmology through the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD) scholarship, with the ultimate goal of making a difference in the lives of the local population.

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Facing climate threats and invasive pests, Nigerian farmer Laraba Muhammad finds hope and doubles production thanks to the KSADP project's sustainable pest management training, financed through Lives and Livelihoods Fund.

WHAT WE DO

Our Programs & Initiatives

Global Islamic Fund for Refugees (GIFR) is a joint initiative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the ...
Micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) are the largest private-sector employers, and make up over 90% of registered businesses worldwide ...
Agricultural productivity in West Africa remains low despite the significant agricultural potential of the region. There is a need to ...
Text BoxThe Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) launched the ISFD-NGOs Empowerment for Poverty Reduction Program “Tadamon” in 2019 to help civil ...
The Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD) has developed its new 2030 transformation strategy and identified Human Capital Development as a core ...
The Alliance to Fight Avoidable Blindness is a partnership program formed to address blindness that can be prevented or cured ...
NEWS & EVENTS

Stay up to date with the latest from ISFD

Laraba muhammad
February 1, 2024
Climate change is reshaping agricultural landscapes, with rising temperatures and unpredictable rainfall paving the way for invasive crop pests. In Nigeria, these relentless invaders threaten food security and livelihoods, particularly in Kano State. However, a beacon of hope has emerged in the form...
IsDB GROUP

ISFD is a member of the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Group