September, 2018

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Cibiyar Bairuhafrf burinta shine dakile yawan mabarata da mabukata, ta hanyar tsaya musu da samar musu da rancen kudi ko kayan sana’a ko tallafi. Ba wai raba musu kudi kyauta don cin abincin rana daya ba, mata mu tashi mu kama sana’a mu tallafawa kanmu da iyaleanmu ta hanyar murkushe talauci da mutuwar zuciya.

Hadiza Balanti Chediyar ‘Yan Gurasa.


Please support us to fight it!

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Donate to Bairuha Female Relief Foundation and help a family break the poverty cycle.


Be kindness to the people u meet on your way up!

Because u might probably meet them on your way down.


With Allah everything can be possible

From Nobody to somebody


It’s hard to know which charities really make a difference.


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Become part of the BairuhaFRF team and join our multinational team helping to save lives nationwide.


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There is just one question you need to ask yourself. ‘What will I be doing this year?’


Will you be doing the same ole’ same ole’ or will you be doing something you will remember for the rest of your life?


Will you be standing at a bus stop feeling bored or will you be standing on a street line feeling an amazing sense of accomplishment, not to mention knowing that you have helped give thousands of people clean safe drinking water – just by taking part.


So, are you in?


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We believe in working together to campaign on issues affecting lives of people in the Kano and across the region. We mobilise Muslim Women communities and governments to do more to create positive change both here at home and nationwide.


We need your voice to help bring about real change. Join us and take action today!


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Indeed, being kind to and looking after an orphan is a great act of generosity encouraged by the Prophet (peace be upon him) who said:


“I and the person who looks after an orphan and provides for him, will be in Paradise like this,” putting his index and middle fingers together. [Bukhari]


Our sponsorship programme doesn’t just take care of a child’s physical wellbeing. We believe a child deserves to be safe and happy too. Therefore, your sponsorship will mean the child you support will receive Eid presents and attend children’s parks, and fun day trips. A social worker will visit regularly to ensure her home is safe and loving. In other words, when you sponsor an orphan, you’re not just giving a gift – you’re giving the gift of childhood and a chance for a better, brighter future.


Bairuha Female Relief already supports over 125 orphans around the region – will you join us in supporting more?


To find out more information, please visit our orphans sponsorship page where you’ll find answers to all your orphan-related queries.


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It is absolutely central to the Muslim identity to feel care and compassion for one’s fellow human beings. Several ahadith (sayings of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him) refer to this deep affection and brotherhood: “you will not believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself”; “the believers are like one body in their mutual love and affection: if one limb is injured, the rest responds with sleeplessness and fever”. If a Muslim feels the pain of his or her fellow human being, and wishes the same comfort and good life for others which he wishes for himself – it is a natural reaction to give in charity, to ease this suffering.


As well as the indisputable benefits for those receiving charity, Islam also highlights the spiritual need of those with wealth to give some of it away selflessly. It helps Muslims to remember that they are humble before Allah, and that every blessing they have in this life comes from Him – therefore they must not hoard it, but recognise that He wishes for us to be compassionate and share our provisions with our brothers and sisters in humanity. Indeed, the Qur’an warns against any feelings of pride, or reminding others of the charity one has given: “you who believe, do not cancel out your charitable deeds with reminders and hurtful words” (2:262). It also reminds us that there is a “recognised right, for the needy and deprived” over our wealth (70:24-5), so by giving, a Muslim is fulfilling a duty to those in need, preventing him or her from becoming proud of their own generosity.


In the Qur’an, Allah describes those who prevent the supporting of orphans and the feeding of the poor as “those who reject the faith” (107:1-3), while emphasising that charity should be given in “prosperity or adversity” (3:134), without fear for one’s wealth, and having faith that a sincere act of giving can only bring abundant reward to the giver: “those who spend their wealth in Allah’s cause are like grains of corn which produce seven ears, each bearing a hundred grains” (2:261). Indeed, one of the five central pillars of Islam is zakat, or almsgiving – the obligatory tax due on an adult Muslim’s wealth every year, dedicated to supporting the poor and needy – making charity an undeniable cornerstone of the faith.

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