What Are We Developing ?

We rely on four pillars for human development:

  • Knowledge

       The initiatives that endear a person to knowledge and learning, and to motivate them to continue on their self-learning journey throughout their lives.

  • Capabilities

    The initiatives that develop a person’s personal and organizational capabilities.

  • Values

    These are the initiatives that reinforce the overall values and principles that emerge from our Islamic religion, which are common human values shared with humanity.

  • Effectiveness

    The initiatives that transport people from stillness to motion and productivity in order for them to be influential and interactive to be able to make a positive impact locally and globally.

  • Targeting

    Targeting Circles of Influence Our Role Our Focus
    Groups Individuals Create, Develop and Support Youth
    Organizations Create, Develop and Support CSR and NPO professionals
    Communities Local Create, Develop and Support Khobar, Qassim, Jazan
    Regional Develop and Support Egypt – Palestine
    Global Support and Connect interested people Depends on influence
  • Features of Development

    • - Starting from our circles of influence’s needs. We accommodate the needs covering all its components and its affecters.

    • - Adds value to multiple circles of influence, which is determined after examining the spaces that are not filled yet.

    • - Provide practical solutions & tools.

    • - Simplicity of structure and depth of meaning.

    • - In the road less traveled (unfamiliar, novelty).

    • - Professionalism and quality of performance.

    • - Sustainability of human and financial resources.

How We Create Initiatives

We create initiatives that have the potential to play a unique role and tackle issues related to human development.

How We Develop Initiatives

Developed initiatives are the initiatives that we develop by co-partnering with others, like Nonprofit organizations, Companies or Individuals, when there are distinctive ideas that fit our mission of human development and we have the ability to develop with our partners.

As part of its strategic community involvement, Alturki CSR looks to develop an effective, collaborative and sustainable partnership with nonprofit organizations and businesses, as well. It will help us focus on particular challenge or to achieve a scale of impact that could not be reached without.

To build a successful partnership, Alturki CSR looks for:

  • -A fitting mission.

  • -Two way flow of communication, ideas, skills and resources.

  • -Tangible & intangible assets:

    • Tangible Assets:services, products, facilities, technology, trained staff, local offices, etc.

    • Intangible Assets:credibility, knowledge of community needs, ability to influence others, subject-matter expertise, access to media, etc.

How We Support Initiatives


Supported initiatives are the initiatives that we support when most of the seven developing features are fulfilled and compatible with our approach in human development, coupled with our desire to give various sorts of support.

We look for nonprofit organizations or individuals who have impactful initiatives to support. A simple flow chart was designed to help us make the right decisions of approving or rejecting any future opportunities.

Start New Opportunity Asking for brief study Evaluating & Measuring Effective Monitoring Initial Approval Send a CSR Application Fill Document the Project Ask for Improvement Reject Politely with explaining the reason Find Approval Continue to Contibrute? Contribute Yes Yes No No No Yes End

How We Measure Impact

In order to effectively direct our efforts, time and resources, we are in the process of careful planning to identifying a system for measuring impacts. We want to make measurement positive, not punitive. It is not a project but a culture that should be created. It is clear to us that outcomes, results, and performance are not what we do, they are what happens BECAUSE of what we do. Outcome is a change in behavior, knowledge, attitude, status or condition. We are trying to focus on high-value outcomes as not all outcomes are created equal.

This requires us to ask the right questions such as:

  1. 1. What do we most need to understand about our impacts?
  2. 2. What information would convince us that we’ve been successful?
  3. 3. What information would be most helpful for guiding actions or revising strategy?
  4. 4. What other key performance indicators could tell us how we’re doing?