INMAA was established in 2003 (as Enmaa Wal Tajaddod) by a group of people advocating for the rights of the Bedouins, stateless and all marginalized populations, stateless and all marginalized with a strong commitment to universal values and the belief that helping vulnerable communities wasn't enough. Through our various programs and initiatives, we want to assist vulnerable individuals and communities in overcoming their challenges and achieving long-term self-sufficiency. No matter if we're working on community development efforts, economic empowerment programs, or education and training initiatives, our strategy is based on a thorough understanding of the particular needs and assets of the communities we serve. Our dedication to cooperation and collaboration is at the core of all we do. We believe that by working together with community members, local organizations, and other stakeholders, we can create sustainable and practical solutions that have a lasting impact.
Effective crisis response and community development take more than simply good intentions; they require teamwork dedication, innovation, and deeper comprehension of the communities’ particular needs and capabilities.
We dedicate our work to the coverage of the needs of the people and general society. We aim beyond sustainability, we study the targeted situations and allocate innovative, long lasting solutions that provide actual change and living improvements.