BAZNAS National Coordination Meeting (Rakornas) 2022 which was held for three days, from Wednesday (24/8) to Friday (26/8), was successfully held. This annual event resulted 12 resolutions that were agreed upon by all participants.

Chairman of BAZNAS Republic of Indonesia (RI), Prof. Dr. KH. Noor Achmad, MA, expressed his gratitude for this annual meeting which was successfully held without any obstacles. "The resolutions created from the BAZNAS National Coordination Meeting 2022 will be used as a guide for zakat management in the future," said Noor at the closing of the BAZNAS National Coordination Meeting 2022, in Jakarta, Friday (26/8).

Noor emphasized that the results of this National Coordination Meeting must follow the 3A principles (Safe Syar'i, Safe Regulations, Safe NKRI) and also need to be emphasized in the regional level, because this is part of BAZNAS's responsibility to the public.

"Let's grow together to ensure the welfare of ummah through zakat. Hopefully, our effort will be counted as jihad fi sabilillah," he concluded.

The resolution was read by the Main Secretary of BAZNAS RI, Dr. H. Ahmad Zayadi, M.Pd who is also the Chief Executive of the BAZNAS National Coordination Meeting 2022.

"This resolution will become an official document and be our joint commitment to implement these big 12 points. Hopefully, the targets that we have set, Insha Allah, will be able to be realized together," he explained.

The 12 resolutions of the BAZNAS National Coordination Meeting 2022 are as follows:

First, strengthening the institutions of BAZNAS RI, BAZNAS Province, and BAZNAS Regency/City as non-structural government institutions (LNS) in zakat management at the central and regional levels through synergy, coordination, and consolidation with Regional Governments and Regional Offices of the Ministry of Religion both in provincial and regency/city level;

Second, encouraging the presence of a support network for the national zakat movement from various elements and community organizations that include central and local government agencies, the business sector, muzakki communities, and mustahik communities;

Third, strengthening zakat collection from civil servant muzakki through the zakat collection unit (UPZ) strategy and payroll system, non-civil servant muzakki through retail, digital and other strategies, as well as administering off balance sheet zakat management data;

Fourth, encouraging the formation of BAZNAS zakat collection units (UPZ) in every Office of Religious Affairs (KUA) and strengthen the role of religious instructors for zakat socialization and education;

Fifth, agreement on a national collection target in 2023 which is 33 trillion Rupiah with details as attached;

Sixth, agreement on the national distribution target and the national priority distribution program in 2023 with details as attached;

Seventh, giving priority to the ZIS-DSKL distribution for poverty alleviation in the frontier, outermost, and underdeveloped areas (3T) as well as supporting the management of the zakat village program;

Eighth, encouraging optimization of dam funds and qurban from Indonesian pilgrims to improve the quality of nutrition and food security of empower the mustahik;

Ninth, increasing the capacity and competence of amil zakat, both at BAZNAS RI, BAZNAS province, and BAZNAS regency/city; and carrying out SOP implementation at BAZNAS;

Tenth, compiling and submitting reports on zakat management using the BAZNAS Information Management System (SiMBA) on a regular basis;

Eleventh, holding a regional level working meeting led by BAZNAS Province together with BAZNAS Regency/City in coordination with BAZNAS RI to follow up the minutes-of-meetings (MoM) of BAZNAS National Coordination Meeting 2022; and

Twelfth, ensuring the zakat management remains within the corridor of Safe Syar'i, Safe Regulations, and Safe NKRI by strengthening internal control and enforcement of the code of ethics in zakat management.