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Secours Inslamique France
Founded in 1991, Secours Islamique France (SIF) is a non-governmental organization of international solidarity with a social and humanitarian vocation acting in the fields of humanitarian aid and development aid, in France and in the world .
We respond urgently, responding to the basic needs of the most vulnerable people, and in development by providing people with the means to be self-sufficient. We also carry out advocacy and awareness-raising and education for international solidarity.
To know more :
- Get to know us better through our identity
- Discover the actions that marked our first 20 years of existence
- Find out about our
- Find out about DOTASIF – the Fund of Endowment of the Islamic Relief France and get acquainted with The list of our partners .
- You can also download our presentation brochure .
The SIF is a signatory of the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross Movement and therefore obliged to respect the following principles:
- The humanitarian imperative, absolute priority.
The primary reason for our disaster response is to relieve the suffering of those victims who are least able to bear the consequences. By providing humanitarian aid, we are doing something that is neither partisan nor political, and should not be considered as such.
- Assistance shall be granted without regard to race, creed or nationality of the beneficiary and without discrimination of any kind. Priorities for assistance are determined on the basis of needs alone.
- Aid can not be used in the service of political or religious convictions, whatever they may be. Humanitarian assistance is provided on the basis of the needs of individuals, families and communities.
The SIF is a signatory to the framework partnership agreement ECHO (European Commission for Humanitarian Aid):
The humanitarian action of the European Union finds its essence in the right of persons affected by humanitarian crises resulting from natural disasters, wars and outbreaks of violence or other comparable extraordinary circumstances to receive international humanitarian assistance. It is guided by respect for international law and by the fundamental humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality and independence.