Islamic Social Finance

Islamic Social finance

Dr. Hanafi Sofyan

Solusi Bangun Nusantara

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Perpustakaan Nasional: Katalog alam Terbitan (KDT)

Sofyan, Hanafi

Islamic Social Finance, Hanafi Sofyan

                Cet. 1- Jakarta: SBN Publika, 2019

  • xii,  ……….. hlm, 21 cm
  • ISBN 978-623-91839-3-6
  •                                                 I. Judul
  • Pertama kali diterbitkan dalam Bahasa Indonesia oleh Penerbit Solusi Bangun Nusantara, Agustus 2019, Jakarta

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Social Finance, Problems so far

Islamic charities, bad legacy to unproductive program

Lack of transparency and Syaria Law

Targeting communities and communicating strategy

Building trust and wider funders

Social and Community programs

What digital technology contribution

Blended finance and the role of Islamic Social Finance

Improving community and nation resilience

Before the emergency: planning and preparedness

Time to show the world of Islamic way


Total amount of Islamic social finance is unknown. Based on projection the rough figure and number is surprisingly big: its billion dollars per year, but goes unnoticed and unreported. From direct transfer to donation box, social finance has helped Muslim countries’ resilience against fall drop and prove that social safety net within religious communities is working, and therefore needed to be remodeled and expanded. Digital technology will help, not only in wider access to fund and distribution, but also improve transparency and measuring the potentials of the social finance to collaborate with public and private financing to develop blended finance program and improve social cohesiveness and welfare.

This is strategically important for country like Indonesia where as the largest Muslim population, the potential for better fund collection and distribution is now possible with digital finance such as syaria fintech.

This book will help to build comprehension and develop strategy in order to tap wider contributors and increase funding source and transparency and benefiting wider communities in archipelagic state like Indonesia. Fintech will enable direct transfer to targeted community, reduced cost, and improve speed, and easy reporting. This is a time for Indonesia to become a role model in Islamic social finance in the Muslim world.

Hanafi Sofyan PhD