Certificate Course in Islamic Social Finance


Islamic social finance is a unique and rapidly growing area of finance that combines Islamic principles with social objectives. It operates within the framework of Islamic finance, which is based on Shariah principles derived from the Quran and the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The key principles of Islamic finance include the prohibition of interest (riba), uncertainty or gambling (maysir), and investment in unethical or forbidden activities (haram).


▪️ Introduction of IFAC
▪️ Orientation
▪️ Introduction of Course Overview
▪️ Introduction to social finance and Islamic social finance?
▪️ similarities & differences between conventional and Islamic social finance
▪️ Maqasid & SDG (social development goal)
▪️ Instrument of Islamic social finance
▪️ Zakat as a social finance
▪️ Fund collection Method
▪️ Fund management Method
▪️ Distribution of zakat in society
▪️ Role of Charity organization in fund collection and distribution
▪️ Waqf as a social finance
▪️ Types of Waqf
▪️ Type of Waqf properties
▪️ Waqf management
▪️ Role of Charity organization in Waqf management
▪️ Qard as a social finance.
▪️ Sadaqah as a social finance.
▪️ Objects of Qard Hashanah.
▪️ Qard Hashanah as an Islamic microfinance instrument.
▪️ Is Qard Hashanah an alternative of conventional interest?
▪️ Wasiyyah
▪️ What is Islamic microfinance?
▪️ Islamic Microfinance products
▪️ Islamic Microfinance models
▪️ Major issues in Microfinance
▪️ Islamic norms and microfinance Best practices
▪️ Islamic microfinance programs across the glob
▪️ Co-operative society
▪️ Islamic microfinance practice in Bangladesh & What should be done in light of Islamic law, or shariah?
▪️ Use of technologies in Islamic social finance
▪️ Green social finance
▪️ Governance standard
▪️ Islamic Wealth management system in Islam

Course Description:
Who is this course for:
1. Those interested in Zakat, Waqf, and social work.
2. Individuals associated with charity organizations.
3. Students of finance and economics.
4. Scholars and muftis engaged in Fiqh and Fatwa.
5. Aspiring professionals in various CSR departments of companies.
6. Anyone curious about Islamic finance.

Course Features:
– Highly educated scholars with advanced degrees in Fiqh from renowned Darul Iftas in Bangladesh.
– Classes conducted by eminent personalities holding high positions in well-known organizations in Bangladesh.
– Expertise in teaching Islamic finance in light of Shariah principles gained through extensive training in prestigious Darul Iftas.
– Certified Shariah Advisors and Auditors (CSAA) by AAOIFI, the global Islamic economic organization based in Bahrain.

Teaching Methodology:
– Each class incorporates various case studies and practical examples.
– Modern presentation techniques using slides.
– Question and answer sessions.
– Course duration: 6 sessions.
– Duration of each class: 1.30 hours (main class: 1.15 hours, 15 minutes Q&A).
– Delivery mode: Online.

Get ready to explore the world of Islamic Social Finance with our expert instructors and gain valuable insights into the realms of Zakat, Waqf, and social impact. Enroll now to embark on this enlightening journey!