Muslim Aid has been active in Sri Lanka through local partners over the last ten years supporting education, nutrition, shelter and income generation projects. Muslim Aid’s Sri Lanka Field Office was established in May 2005 in the aftermath of the tsunami in 2004, to primarily address tsunami reconstruction and rehabilitation work. Today, we provide emergency relief to victims of disasters. We also provide long term development assistance in the form of microfinance, education, child support, water and sanitation, health and housing and shelter. MASL is also involved in peace building activities. While adhering to our global vision, mission and values, MASL believes Sri Lanka’s local situation requires a special set of guidelines. Our remit is to establish an island wide comprehensive development programme working with all communities: tsunami and war affected; rural and urban; and the poorest of the poor. Our aim is to establish new partnerships and identify new projects for a better Sri Lanka. Ensure Proper Consultation and Communication by being adaptable and responsive to the changing needs of our beneficiaries. Be Professional by providing high quality, efficient and effective services. Ensure Coordination by working in partnership with others. Ensure Transparency by being accountable in all our work.