The AFRIEF Value Chain sets out an Islamic economy planning and implementation approach from initial Diagnosis, Impact Assessment through Sector/Sub-Sector Strategy and Planning, and Project Design and Financing. Each component of our value chain is followed by a systematic appraisal process that captures learning, sharing, and application of experience and knowledge from programs, and ensures the robustness of AFRIEF advice and assistance.

Our Islamic Economy planning work includes: providing sectoral and socio-economic impact assessments to experience, developing and applying practical tools and case studies; developing Islamic economy growth plans at national or sectoral level; assessing and designing legal and institutional frameworks; providing financial and investment analysis that looks at both investment requirements and potential sources; and developing sectoral and sub-sectoral investment plans and frameworks.

AFRIEF works to create sustainable and long lasting domestic technical and institutional capacity through tailored capacity development programs and working alongside government counterparts on a daily basis.

Our aim is to develop sustainable individual and institutional capacities, and strengthen the long-term enabling environment for Islamic economy development and growth. We define clear exit points from projects and host institutions, following the logic of our value chain. At the outset of a project, we agree with counterparts on the timing and conditions for a hand-over of responsibilities for implementation and upscaling.