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Oxfam's Zakat policy
We save lives through our humanitarian work, and work at the grassroots level to promote development in some of the world’s poorest communities.
We support people to come out of poverty by working on access to education, healthcare, food, improving people’s chances to earn a living, providing clean water and promoting women’s rights.
In line with Zakat obligations, payments will be restricted to two areas of our work:
- Responding to emergency situations to save lives in Muslim majority communities;
- Supporting specific development projects that are taking place in Muslim majority communities and seeking to lift people out of extreme poverty.
We are working in partnership with the National Zakat Foundation, who are supporting our work on tackling poverty in the UK. If you would like help calculating your Zakat, National Zakat Foundation have an online calculator service which is free and simple to use.