The Little Caliph Programme 4.0, an initiative to guide Fardhu ‘Ain to Children’s Cancer Foundation (YASKA) children by implementing theoretical and practical activities was recently held at Surau Al-Syafi’i, Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA).
Undergraduate students in the Usuluddin programme at UNISSA hosted the event in collaboration with the Usuluddin Students Body (BadrU) session 2022-2023 through the Faculty of Usuluddin.
The programme allowed students to preach Islamic practically by using the concept of scientific service.
The programme also showed the students how to find Dakwah techniques that work well with people of different age groups and backgrounds.
Among the main activities featured in the programme were a religious talk, a Fardhu ‘Ain strengthening session, and an explore-race session, all focussing on guiding children through the procedures of ablution and prayer.
It also helped the students to pick up good manners and moral values for their daily lives while they carve their identities.
The programme concluded with Acting Chairman of the Little Caliph Programme 4.0 Nur Shafiyah Huda binti Tajudeen extending her words of thanks to the attendees, handing over souvenirs to YASKA and gifts to the children, a group photo session and the recitation of the Doa Penutup.