How we spend your money

Ulita Mutambo’s husband Muchineripi Sibanda helps her hang up laundry outside their home in Ture Village, Zvishevane region, Zimbabwe. Aurelie Marrier d'Unienville / Oxfam
Ulita Mutambo’s husband Muchineripi Sibanda helps her hang up laundry outside their home in Ture Village, Zvishevane region, Zimbabwe. Aurelie Marrier d'Unienville / Oxfam

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On average for every €1 received by Oxfam, we invest 70 cents on our humanitarian, development and campaigning programs worldwide. We strive to operate efficiently and to minimize fundraising and administrative costs.

Financial information

Do you want to know how we spend the money? Here’s a quick breakdown of how the Oxfam International Confederation funds were spent last year. (Reporting period: 1st April 2017 - 31st March 2018)

Summary

Total funds available in 2017/18

                          Total spent in 2017/18

€1,042

          €1,079

*All figures in millions of Euros

Distribution of Oxfam funds

Figures represent CONSOLIDATED income across the Confederation (19 affiliates plus the Oxfam International Secretariat).  Inter-affiliate transfers have been eliminated.


1.- Where the money comes from  

2.-  How we spend the money

3.- Where the money goes


* The category "Other" includes Regional Level Allocations for: Africa; Horn, East & Central Africa; Latin America & the Caribbean; as well as program spend in Western Europe and North America