MAA International

MAA International (MAA) is an international relief and development agency working to support and assist the world’s poorest and most needy communities regardless of race, creed or nationality.

Established in 1989, MAA supports projects in over 50 countries spanning Africa, Asia, and Europe. By responding quickly to emergencies, MAA provides relief to survivors of natural disasters, and human-caused disasters (war, civil-strife, displacement).

MAA also undertakes long-term development projects on education and training, provision of clean water and healthcare, and re-establishing livelihoods to break cycles of endemic poverty.

We are also accredited by the Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT). Additionally, we are also a Member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID), the peak body for Australian aid and development NGOs. As an ACFID Member we are committed to full adherence to the ACFID Code of Conduct, conducting our work with transparency, accountability and integrity.

Through our work, we hope to foster peace and sustainable development solutions for the poor in impoverished communities.


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Help A Syrian

Entering the 7th year of the crisis, the scale, severity, and complexity of needs across Syria remain overwhelming. Some 13.1 million peo... Read More

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Myanmar Response

The persisting humanitarian crisis of the Rohingya minority in Myanmar has been a global concern with fears of organised mass violence against them... Read More

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Defined by scholars as a compensation or expiatory payment for missing fasting days during Ramadan, where one must pay for a serving of food to a p... Read More

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Ramadan - Kaffara

The prescribed way of making amends for wrong actions is Kaffara. For example, if a person promises to do something, but later finds out that he is... Read More

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Water 4 Life

Water is a basic human necessity and a vital natural resource for all aspects of life. Today, more than a billion people lack access to safe drinki... Read More

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Womens Shelter South Africa

The current socio-economic situation of South Africa has found an alarming rate of abuse perpetrated against women and children. At present, there ... Read More