In Somalia, a country in the Horn of Africa, successive wars and environmental disasters; draughts, tsunami, floods and epidemics continue to cause human sufferings, the death and displacement of many innocent populations.
The Zamzam Foundation was founded, as a non-profit charitable organization, in Mogadishu in 1992, by a group of educated Somali volunteers who responded to the humanitarian plight that existed at the time. Due to the deteriorating humanitarian conditions of the populations and the rising needs of the vulnerable communities, the Zamzam Foundation expanded its humanitarian relief work to include, water & sanitation, orphan and child care, education, health care, seasonal charities, construction & development and income generation for poor families.
Pioneering in the humanitarian relief & development work to advance the livelihood and humanity in the Horn of Africa.
Striving towards the reduction and/or eradication of poverty, illiteracy and diseases in the Horn of Africa through humanitarian relief and development work.
OUR VALUES AND PRINCIPLES
- Transparency and accuracy in communications
- High quality performance in services delivery
- Nonpartisan and no social or cultural biases
- Equal right for all people.