Sheik Taher Azzawi Charity Organization (STACO), in cooperation with The Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH), organized a one-day training course for the STACO organization employees on humanitarian organization working mechanisms, under the supervision of Azzah Shaheen- responsible for diplomacy at IHH, Jihad Kamel- Lawyer and President of the Human Rights and Justice Movement in Turkey and a board member at IHH, and Mustafa Tallah- a member of Diplomatic and Humanitarian Relations department in the foundation.

Covered during the course, was methods of identifying through search and through audit to certify the integrity and seriousness of donor individuals and organizations, which aim to build a partnership with STACO, and the procedures which should be taken in case of the rejection of dealing with an applying party.

The trainers also touched upon the IHH’s working mechanisms, and the foundation’s work principles which is characterized by devotion, humanity, independence, transparency, responsibility, respect, and justice. The Turkish foundation’s work fields were also highlighted, which include areas of war, crisis, natural disaster, poverty, humanitarian aid, humanitarian diplomacy, and human rights.

It is noteworthy that The Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH) has been working since 1992, with the purpose to deliver aid to all people who are in need, who had a catastrophe, who are victims of war, natural disaster, etc. or wounded, crippled, starved, homeless and persecuted thereof, wherever they are regardless of their religion, language, race or sect and to prevent the violation of the basic human rights and freedoms of those people.

IHH’s voluntary relief activities have evolved to an official organization in 1995 and spread around five continents as it established a bridge of goodwill stretching from Turkey to 135 countries and territories.