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  • Authors: Sa'id Adekunle Mikail; Salami Saheed Adekunle (2020)

  • Sustainability has remained one of the most significant challenges facing microfinance industry in general and Islamic microfinance in particular. With the advent of Islamic microfinance and Islamic microinsurance the need for Shari'ah compliance is indispensable. Such need poses another additional challenge for Islamic microfinance practitioners. Many practitioners have argued that in practice Shari'ah compliance should be sacrificed for profitability so that Islamic microfinance industry could achieve sustainability and competitiveness in the global microfinance market. However, not a few researchers and Shari'ah scholars argued that the industry risk identity loss by trading Shari'...

  • Utilisation_of_zakah_and_waqf_fund_in_micro-takaful_models_in_Malaysia_Said_Ali_Salami.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Sa'id Adekunle Mikail; Muhammad Ali Jinnah Ahmad; Salami Saheed Adekunle (2017)

  • This paper aims to investigate the utilisation of both zakah and waqf fund as external resources to ensure micro-takaful services are delivered to underserved communities in an effective and sustainable manner. It also addresses Shari'ah issues related to the zakah- and waqf-based model. The study is a qualitative-based research. It uses both focus group and content analysis approach to gather primary data and identify and interpret relevant secondary data and Shari'ah concepts in developing the zakah- and waqf-based micro-takaful model. It is discovered throughout the investigation of attributes of beneficiaries of zakah and waqf institutions as well as micro-takaful scheme that all ...

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  • Sustainable_financial_inclusion_a_fiqh_analysis_of_zakat_based_microfinance_scheme_Said_Salami.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Sa'id Adekunle Mikail; Salami Saheed Adekunle (2020)

  • Sustainability has remained one of the most significant challenges facing microfinance industry in general and Islamic microfinance in particular. With the advent of Islamic microfinance and Islamic microinsurance the need for Shari'ah compliance is indispensable. Such need poses another additional challenge for Islamic microfinance practitioners. Many practitioners have argued that in practice Shari'ah compliance should be sacrificed for profitability so that Islamic microfinance industry could achieve sustainability and competitiveness in the global microfinance market. However, not a few researchers and Shari'ah scholars argued that the industry risk identity loss by trading Shari'...

  • Utilisation_of_zakah_and_waqf_fund_in_micro-takaful_models_in_Malaysia_Said_Ali_Salami.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Sa'id Adekunle Mikail; Muhammad Ali Jinnah Ahmad; Salami Saheed Adekunle (2017)

  • This paper aims to investigate the utilisation of both zakah and waqf fund as external resources to ensure micro-takaful services are delivered to underserved communities in an effective and sustainable manner. It also addresses Shari'ah issues related to the zakah- and waqf-based model. The study is a qualitative-based research. It uses both focus group and content analysis approach to gather primary data and identify and interpret relevant secondary data and Shari'ah concepts in developing the zakah- and waqf-based micro-takaful model. It is discovered throughout the investigation of attributes of beneficiaries of zakah and waqf institutions as well as micro-takaful scheme that all ...