Human resources mobilization through the profit-loss sharing based financial system by M. Fahim Khan

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Published by Islamic Research and Training Institute, Islamic Development Bank in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia .

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  • Islamic countries.


  • Human capital -- Islamic countries.,
  • Labor supply -- Islamic countries.,
  • Economics -- Religious aspects -- Islam.

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StatementM. Fahim Khan.
SeriesResearch paper / Islamic Research and Training Institute ;, no. 17, Research paper (Islamic Research and Training Institute) ;, no. 17.
ContributionsIslamic Research and Training Institute.
LC ClassificationsHD4904.7 .F34 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p. ;
Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL1074177M
LC Control Number93965939

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HUMAN RESOURCES MOBILIZATION THROUGH THE PROFIT-LOSS SHARING BASED FINANCIAL SYSTEM JEDDAH, SAUDI ARABIA H () The views expressed in this book are not necessarily those of the Islamic Research and Training Institute nor of the Islamic Development Bank.

Human Resources Mobilization through the Profit-Loss Sharing Based Financial System. It emphasizes that Islamic financial system has a more powerful built-in model of human resources mobilization than the existing conventional models.

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Resource mobilization under the Islamic profit-loss-sharing (PLS) principle has recently been a central theme for extensive discussion in academic and policy circles alike.

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Resource mobilization is more than fundraising. Fundraisin g is only one part of resource mobilization, which is the process of getting a broad range of resources for an organization.

Local NGOs/CBOs need resources so that they can be effective and sustainable. As organization look for strategies to mobilize resources, they should be guided by. ___Elements of a resource mobilization plan ___Roles and responsibilities of prime, subs, and grantees for USG-funded projects ___Positioning your organization for a proposal (RFA) ___Negotiating as a prime or sub ___Proposal components ___Developing effective corporate capabilities statements ___Resource mobilization systems.

Resource mobilization efforts should align with your organizational mission, objectives and strategic plan. Resource mobilization is also about the needs of the (prospective) funder.

Understand the needs of your clients (target population/funders). Be prepared to provide evidence-based results. public sources, Generating new wealth (through market-based approaches and Capitalizing on non-financial resources 20 and systems they need for Resource Mobilization. The manual is designed to reinforce each other, and are participatory and purposefully interactive to enable participants to grapple mobilization has broader concepts.

resource mobilization and human resource management. The module on Human Resource Management is designed to optimize the performance of employees, consultants and volunteers in the organization by carefully carrying out the human resource functions while keeping them satisfied in their work.

It covers a wide range of chapters on human resource. Resource Mobilization does not only mean use of money but it extensiveness denotes the process that achieves the mission of the Organization through the mobilization of Human resources mobilization through the profit-loss sharing based financial system book in human, use of skills, equipment, services etc.

It also means seeking new sources of resource mobilization and right and maximum use of the available resources. J.C. Jenkins, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Resource mobilization theory focuses on the assets and capacities of aggrieved groups to explain the rise, development and outcome of social movements.

Drawing on a rational choice approach, resources are defined broadly to include tangible resources, such as money and facilities, and intangible resources.

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This 4-day training is also about Resource Mobilization, which we have begun in an entertaining way in the first phase. The way a Group came out first by mobilizing many resources, we can repeat the good practices in course of the 4-day training, as a result of which our organization will always remain ahead in resource mobilization.

disproved that financial resource is the key performance indicator of development in the developing economies4. Nevertheless, there is a considerable body of historical evidence to substantiate the relationship between financial resources and economic development.

For instance, the variety of theories of economic development ranging. This is achieved through a range of complementary approaches, including bilateral donor consultations, field-based assessments and briefings with representatives of the international community, development of resource mobilization strategies, and coordination of IOM inputs to multilateral funding mechanisms, such as the United Nations.

supporting governance systems. Currently, many local governments in developing countries face the near-impossible task of funding the infrastructure and services required to meet the basic needs of growing urban populations, while forward-looking capital investments are not possible for financial.

Resource mobilization is actually a process of raising different types of support for your organization. As said above, it can include both cash and in-kind support.

To further understand what this process is, we will break up these different types of support below. (a) African Group: Crop-based benefit-sharing. Angola presented an explanatory article on the “African proposal” which had been published in a book on the International Treaty.1 This approach foresees a crop -related payment as an alternative to the product-based payment, including a payment of 0,5% when accessing PGRFA.

A financial system is a set of institutions, such as banks, insurance companies, and stock exchanges, that permit the exchange of funds. Financial systems exist on. PDF | On Mar 1,Hugh Waters published Health financing for poor people: resource mobilization and risk sharing | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

management development in organizations. These changes have led to the notion of the human resource system as a strategic asset. Many of the arguments about processes of globalization within the HR function rest on the assumption that there has and continues to be longitudinal change in the conduct of human resource.

Resource Mobilization Monitoring and Evaluation M&E activities Financial and Non-Financial Indicators Developing a Monitoring and Evaluation Plan Resource Mobilization as a Team Effort Systems needed in Resource Mobilization How Human Resources Management (HRM) powers the Intelligent Enterprise.

Yahya Campbell on Summary of the Discussions on Profit loss sharing (PLS) with Dr. Daud Bakar’s Thesis Five Reasons Why Profit and Loss Sharing Financing Does not Fit Islamic Banks; Usman Yakubu on Fiqh Al Zakah by Dr.

Yusuf Al Qaradawi (VOLUME I) Translated by Prof. Monzer Kahf. Health financing is fundamental to the ability of health systems to maintain and improve human refers to the “function of a health system concerned with the mobilization, accumulation and through all types of financial agents.

The System of Health Accounts (SHA) developed by the. Human Resource Financial Management (HRFM) is a thought to develop a new approach to cope up with the problems, which are remain unanswered by HRM and FM. They both fulfill the objectives of the others. HRM says that the optimization of the efficiency of the human resources is the investment made on the human resource can be reaped.

support of these revenue mobilization efforts. In this context the G leaders called in November for the Fund, with others, to report on key issues in strengthening revenue mobilization.2 3. This paper reviews experience in strengthening tax systems in developing countries—.

Resource Mobilization A Practical Guide for Research and Community-Based Organizations This publication reports on a research project financed by Canada’s International Development Research Centre October Waseem Afzal, in Management of Information Organizations, Mobilization.

Mobilization in the context of management includes organized efforts to integrate different resources in such a way that goals are achieved with effectiveness and efficiency.

Before making any effort to mobilize, it is important to identify all of the resources, the resources needed to attain a particular goal, and. George Mavrotas While recent years have witnessed new interest in the finance–growth nexus, the relationship between domestic resource mobilization and financial development remains relatively unexplored.

However, issues related to domestic resource mobilization and financial development are central to the overall development process. Recently they have been raised in connection with the.

"Human Resources Mobilization through the Profit-Loss Sharing Based Financial System (Research Paper)," Occasional Pap The Islamic Research and Teaching Institute (IRTI). Azhar Kazmi, " Probable differences among the paradigms governing conventional and Islamic approaches to management," International Journal of Management.

A definition of resource management with examples. Resource management the planning, leadership and control of is a broad category of management as opposed to a discipline in itself. The following are common types of resource management. Resource mobilization concerns the process of gathering both financial and non-financial resources required to achieve organizational goals and objectives.

Financial resources include money while non-financial resources include physical materials, human resources including their experience and time they provide. Domestic Resource Mobilization and Financial Development guides the reader toward valuable theory and field lessons on how to mobilise, intermediate and allocate savings through inclusive financial sectors.' - Helmut Reisen, Head of Research, OECD Development Centre 'Financial markets are changing in the developing world.

This book provides insights into the evolving debate regarding the mobilization of domestic resources and the crucial role that financial development can and should play in this regard, exploring aspects of the financial development–domestic resource mobilization nexus, including country case studies.

resource mobilization. Fund-raising and Resource mobilization entails how an organization goes about in acquiring the finances, material and human resources needed to fulfill its mandate. Resource mobilization is more than just fundraising. Fundraising suggests that someone else has the funds and.

In order to attain financial self-reliance, access to financial resources may be sought in more than one way. There may be mainly three approaches to gain access to financial resources: 1.

Accessing financial support from other organizations, like foundations, CSR arms, local resources and support, etc.; 2. Generating income by taking up income.

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