INSPECT (IAS), a US-accredited inspection agency, awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification to the Africa Relief Committee

The African Relief Committee (ARC) is thrilled to announce its accomplishment of the prestigious international quality certificate from the American-accredited INSPECT (IAS). This recognition is a result of ARC’s unwavering dedication to meeting the rigorous standards of ISO 9001:2015, reflecting our commitment to delivering exceptional humanitarian service. The certification serves as proof of the dedication…

Kuwaiti Ambassador Meets with ARC Director General to Advance Humanitarian Efforts in Somali Regions

Djibouti – In a productive meeting, Ambassador Saud Al-Saedi of Kuwait to Djibouti met with Dr. Abdirahman Al-Moallimi, the Director General of the Africa Relief Committee (ARC). The meeting focused on enhancing collaboration and transparency in humanitarian aid projects directed towards the Somali regions within the Horn of Africa, generously supported by Kuwaiti organizations and…

Empowering Education: Inauguration of New Center for Quran Study and Informal Education

In Hargeisa, the capital city of Somaliland, a new Quran study and informal education center has been established. The Bil Qur’an Nahfad-hum center features two fully furnished classrooms, an office, and restroom facilities, providing a comprehensive learning environment. With the capacity to accommodate up to 100 students, this center aims to make a lasting impact…

Healthcare Initiatives in the Horn of Africa: Restoring Hope and Vision

In October 2023, we successfully implemented two healthcare initiatives, benefiting hundreds of Somali patients. In collaboration with Al-Ihsaan Hospital in Mogadishu, we conducted a medical campaign to combat blindness, providing free medical services, including examinations, surgeries, and medications, to 200 individuals in need. This project was funded by generous philanthropists from Kuwait through the international…

Transformative Livelihood Project Empowers Families in Horn of Africa

We successfully implemented a transformative livelihood project in the Horn of Africa region, distributing 60 sheep to twenty deserving families. This initiative aligns with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and aims to foster self-sufficiency among economically disadvantaged individuals. By providing three sheep to each household, we offer immediate and sustainable benefits, including milk, butter,…