This morning, Monday, February 7, 2022, a dialogue was held at the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies in the city of Benghazi, entitled: Charitable work and its impact on development.
The meeting was organized by Dr. Ramadan Sati, and moderated by Mr. Khaled Bouzakouk.
The dialogue revolved around the following topics:
- The relationship between volunteer work and development.
- Employing volunteer work in the right direction.
- What are the types of volunteer work?
- Is it necessary to rely only on money, or are there many ways to cooperate and intensify to create volunteer work?
Mr. Mustafa Bin Rabaa, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Insan Foundation for Charitable Works and Development in the city of Zliten, spoke. It is worth noting that the Insan Foundation achieved first place in the city of Zliten and second place in Libya for the past three works in a row.
Professor Mustafa Bin Rabaa began his talk about activities in many aspects, including providing the necessary needs of needy families in terms of food and medicine, maintenance of buildings, and on occasions, holidays and crises.
It discussed methods of distributing relief to needy families, the social system for identifying those in need, methods of verification, and the institutional accounting and auditing system related to the institution and its employees.
He also talked about cultural activities, awareness lectures, and various courses in all educational and cultural aspects conducted by the institution, in addition to holding competitions for the Holy Qur’an and various intellectual, awareness, and cultural competitions.
The Foundation also paid attention to inspecting prisons and correctional institutions, assisting them, and providing them with the necessary needs, in addition to inspecting and visiting nursing homes and orphanages, and honoring retired professors who had made a mark in community service.
He concluded his intervention with a visual presentation about the activities and programs of the Ensan Foundation for Charitable Work and Development.
Dr. Ramadan Sati, a professor at Arab Medical University, also spoke about his experience with his colleagues in volunteer work in the Al-Sabri area, where steering committees were formed for volunteer work, including: a committee for electricity, sanitation, and the removal of building waste from roads and squares, and committees for restoring schools and health centers, and as a result of this Volunteering The Al-Sabri area was the first area where life returned in the city of Benghazi.
Then he opened the door to discussion, questions, and dialogue about charitable work, its organization, and its current role in stability and peace.