Four Prime Benchmarks and PILLARS OF STRENGTHS
Food for All
To uphold the rights of every living individual a quality, hygienic, healthy food to lead a constructive and healthier life.
United Against Hunger
To eradicate the hunger and hunger deaths across the globe by balancing the food excesses and deficits through uniting all the Nations.
Preserve The Nature
To ensure the livelihood and safety of the natural resources and fellow human beings.
One man Community
To build a community regardless of race, religion, creed and cast on a single common necessity called “halal food”.
Looking after natural resources makes poorer communities more resilient. Forests, for example, can protect agricultural land and villages from soil erosion and flooding. Mangrove swamps provide protection from storm surges and coastal erosion. Sustainable management of agricultural land provides food for people to eat and sell.
Revenues and Deprives
The poor are also less resilient to natural or man made disasters, including climate change. Conflict over natural resources threatens their development – illegal logging, for example robs governments of revenues and deprives local communities of forest resources.
Third Important Benchmark to have World Halal Day
Realization of one Global, Fraternity of One World, One Community
Personal Development of Character and Moral Values
Basic character development in the home based on parental care and the inculcation of good moral values and culture.
Encouragement of Intercultural Communication
Multicultural communication and encouragement of understanding and appreciation of other cultural values. This is where fusion of cultures should be encouraged, such as through bilingualism and combining of cultural environments.
Understanding and Acceptance of Common Values in Harmony
We wish to complement our national’s efforts towards racial harmony by looking at the roots of harmony and identifying commonly accepted values that lead to, or are connected with, harmony.
Character and Moral Values
A good family which nurtures and inculcates positive values in their children will help character development in the home. Moral values are a product of the community’s mores. Understanding and Acceptance of Universal Values in Harmony. We made great strides towards racial harmony, encouraging harmony circles and through Social Activities. We wish to complement this good cause by identifying commonly accepted values throughout communities that are the key to harmony. Respect for other community’s culture requires, understanding, and respect of that community’s values. As an example of universal values, all religions and cultures interpret the concept of love and care in their own way. The concept of love through understanding using one’s religious and cultural background must be universally acceptable. Effective communication between cultures requires a special understanding, encompassing values acceptable to all cultures.
In the case where one community’s values differ from another, then tolerance and respect are required. Communication, understanding and appreciation of other cultural values and fusion of cultures should be encouraged. Sharing of this one world between and within communities, with respect, tolerance and love are keys to unity, peace and harmony, through which misunderstanding and fear are eliminated. There can never be harmony between communities if individual religious or cultural values of one community are imposed on another. In other words, there must be universal values of tolerance, respect and understanding.
Our value systems have focused so much on subjects that are necessary for survival and prosperity that the spiritual dimension has lagged behind. Whilst many of the elements of character building, such as discipline and family values, are embodied in our school systems, material that teaches students how to live good exemplary lives has been lacking. Religious education is a necessary part of a young person’s development. In a plural society task is usually left to the parents or religious organization. There is a need for a Universal Values Education (on a national and international level) where children are taught from an early age the universal values of all religions through fables and stories.