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Qariah: The Women Quran Reciters App

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Ustadah Maryam, a lover and student of the Quran, shares her journey in creating Qariah; An app that contains recitations of female Quran reciters from around the globe.Download Qariah. Now available on Apple and Google Play.The Quran Recitation is by Sheikha Mabrooka recorded in 1911This episode was brought to you by Beautiful Light Studios.Recorded at MH Studios TorontoExecutive Producer: Muna ScekomarRecording Engineer: Jonathan LilloPodcast intern: Nima HarunGraphic Designer: Wasima FarahProject manager: Yasmin MohamudMarketing Manager: Sawsan AbdillahiThe Digital Sisterhood is partnering with Helping Hand for Relief and Development to sponsor a Skills Development and Livelihood Center in Madogo, Kenya for women and youth living in poverty.Skills trainings empowers beneficiaries to take charge of their own lives with dignity and determination.Our goal is to sponsor 138 students, that is 138 women and youth who will learn employable skills and gain financial stability. Help us in making that happen by visiting www.hhrd.org/Sisterhood to learn more and donate.One of the ways you can give back to our podcast is by helping our fellow team member who is fundraising for a family member who has passed away, May Allah have mercy on their soul, reach her goal. The goal is £2,000. Please donate and don't let this opportunity for good deeds pass you. https://campaigns.givebrite.com/fundraiser?fundraiser=yasmin-9442Finally, If this podcast gave you value, we’re leaving it up to you. Donate however much you feel like it gave you. We have a big team who put so many hours into bringing this show to life. Donate at : https://linktr.ee/digitalsisterhoodAnd if you can't give right now, please keep us in your duas.

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