Amal and the charitable work in Syria… culture and way of life

First: the purpose of the Charter for Humanitarian Action:

Second: conduct and ethics

The first and most important basis for the implementation of Ataa actions is to endeavour to satisfy God Almighty by serving the vulnerable and providing them with humanitarian assistance.
We work for the preservation of human dignity and in our work choose the most vulnerable families and feel responsible for them, these are binding ethical principles we work to promote. "
Ataa does not offer paid services, seeks to achieve its best services free of charge to the eligible, and refuses any money from the beneficiaries for her work at both the personal and institutional level
Ataa pays her utmost attention to the deserving and seeks to provide them with the necessary humanitarian assistance, and considers that this is a right they should enjoy everywhere and in time.
Ataa is keen to provide assistance to eligible persons without discrimination in any way, whether racial, racial, sectarian or any other form, we rely solely on the degree of need of eligible persons.
Ataa deals with those in need in full impartiality, in accordance with their need and entitlement to aid, without the requirement of religious, political or military interest, or any other requirement
Giving is a non-governmental association, so it has no interest in applying any policy that does not serve a tender policy, a tender that operates completely independently of governments, and a giving society does not allow its cadres to gather any information that does not serve its humanitarian work.
Ataa seeks to use the best methods and standards of global humanitarian action in the field of its humanitarian work, and always looks forward to participating in the development of its work in the public interest of humanity.
Ataa is Rejects the principle of imposing assistance on beneficiaries through their practice and expertise, but engages them in designing, managing and implementing programmes to ensure greater impact on community rehabilitation.
Children, women, older persons, persons with special needs and those who have suffered permanent physical or psychological harm shall have priority access to assistance according to specific criteria.
believes and disseminates Ataa the principle of respect for the cultures, customs and traditions of the societies in which it operates.
Ataa link between the receivable and the donor . Ataa is keen to adhere to the highest standards of transparency, integrity and clarity through professional work, development of experiences, permanent evaluation and periodic publication of reports.
Ataa stresses the importance of coordination and cooperation with humanitarian NGOs and government entities working in the same field, with a view to developing their projects and achieving the best results at the lowest cost.