OUR AWESOME BOARD MEMBERS.
INSAN is governed by its Board of Directors (BOD). The Board is the key policy making and governance body of the organization and works independently. It formulates and approves policies and organizational systems and evaluates the overall performance of INSAN on period basis.
The BOD consists of (as of now) 10 members and is headed by its President, Mr Saleem Mohammed Abdul Wahid Moghales. INSAN’s board of directors comprises of professionals, intellectuals, and academicians.
The following are names of individuals who form the Board Members of INSAN:
MR SALEEM MOHAMMED ABDUL WAHID MOGHALES
DATUK DR ABDUL GHANI MOHAMAD
DR HUSNI AHMED ABDULLAH AL-GOSHAE
DR. AMEEN AHMED ABDULLAH QASEM AL-NAHARI
Deputy Secretary General
DR. ABDULLAH MOHAMMED AHMED AYEDH
DR. ABDULLAH MUSAED AHMED AL-HAJJAJI
DR. WALEED ABDULKAFI AHMED AL-MALAMI
DR. ALQASEMI TAWFIK ABDUL RAHMAN QASEM
DR. FUAD ABDO MOHAMMED AL-SOUFI
MR SALAH MOHAMMED ABDUL HABEEB AL-MOHAMADI
INSAN’s management team is led by its Executive Chairman. Under the Executive Chairman, there is Executive Director who reports to Executive Chairman and is responsible for the overall management of the organization.
The Executive Director is supported by the manager programs and team of coordinators/managers of different sections/programs of the organization and they jointly form a management structure for INSAN
Approach And Strategies
INSAN strongly believes in the true and active participation of all key stakeholders – particularly the local communities or program beneficiaries. Fair efforts are taken to ensure that stakeholders participate and contribute at all the stages of the interventions.
As its strategy, INSAN particularly focuses to ensure the maximum participation of volunteers, women, children and youth wherever required and relevant – and particularly if the program has any direct or indirect impacts on their lives.
INSAN, as its overall implementation approach, takes carefully into account the local culture and traditions and fully respects the same.
Following are the key elements of INSAN Program Strategies And Work Approach:
Partnerships; Social Mobilization/Community Participation; Awareness Raising and Sensitization; Capacity Building; Dialogues and Engagements; Research and Publications; Networking and Coalition Building; Review and Reflection.
Review And Monitoring
Monitoring of projects in INSAN is always the important and priority matter. There will always be a built in mechanism of review and monitoring for all the projects INSAN are going to implement. The processes of review and monitoring are going to help INSAN in achieving the project objectives in smooth and timely manner. As the key mechanism of monitoring; the projects are monitored or are going to be monitored by the implementation teams; the coordinators / managers of the program and the management of INSAN.
INSAN aims to be the first on the ground when an emergency strikes, providing emergency relief and helping those affected immediately.
When war broke out, and floods, droughts or earthquakes happen, we will be there: providing life-saving food, water, shelter, medicine and toiletries to families who have lost everything.
So, our focus groups are the victims of the above mentioned disasters. We not only save lives, we rebuild them – we stick around even after the situation has calmed, helping families put their homes back together.
We don’t even stop there – where people are affected by the same disasters over and over, we think about how to lessen the blow before emergency strikes.
Worldwide, but as for now, our main focus is in Yemen and Malaysia.
Accounts And Audits
INSAN maintains its all accounts on double entry system. The Organization has developed various financial policies, systems and formats etc. which help it in effective management of all its funds and maintaining a complete transparency in receipts and payments at all levels.
INSAN gets its accounts (receipts and payments) audited by the recognized chartered accountants’ firms on the completion of projects or by the end of each financial year.
Our External Auditors
JS Associates Chartered Accountants
Wisma JS, No. 26, Jalan Seroja 7, Taman Seroja
Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, 43900 Sepang
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia
Tel: +603-8706 9505 / Fax: +603-8706 0107
CIMB Bank (Islamic)
Account No.: 8602 399 976
Swift Code: CTBBMYKL
Malayan Banking Berhad (MayBank Islamic)
Account No.: 6544 9042 5861
Swift Code: MBBEMYKL
1. Registered Address:
19A-29-3, Level 29, Business Suite,
No.19, Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, W.P.
2. Operational Address:
1-3-21 Lot C-04-3F
Diamond Square Commercial Centre
Jalan Semarak Api 2
Off Jalan Gombak
53000 Kuala Lumpur, W.P.
Tel: + 603-6730-4923
To remain consistent with our transparency commitment, we have assembled this page to impart the majority of our reports.