Following the success of its first small-scale Quran memorization campaign ‘Mini Little Huffaz’, Malaysian Islamic animation ‘Omar & Hana’ is back with ‘Little Huffaz’, its first-ever virtual Quran memorization competition for children.
Little Huffaz aims to gather participants from all over the world and instill a love for the noble words of the Quran in children. The competition is divided into two age categories: 3 to 4 years old and 5 to 8 years old.
Each participant is required to select a specific surah according to their age category list to memorize, and then submit a video recording of their recitation through Little Hufaz’s official website or via social media.
The participants will be evaluated by a jury of international judges including:
The judges will evaluate in areas of memorization, fluency, Tajweed, and creativity.
Prizes are USD500 and a trophy for first place, USD350 for second place, USD250 for third place, USD150 for fourth place, and finally USD100 for fifth place.
Each winner will also receive exclusive merchandise and an e-certificate
Registration for the competition is open from 19th October to 6th November 2020. To register, qualified candidates can visit ohlittlehuffaz.com and proceed to the ‘How to Participate’ page to submit their entries.
Participants are required to go through all of the stages below:
Previously, ‘Mini Little Huffaz’, held virtually from the 3rd September to 26th September 2020, saw a participation of over 260 contestants from 17 different countries including Malaysia, Indonesia and the United Kingdom.
Follow Omar & Hana on Instagram, subscribe to their YouTube channel, or visit their official website for more information.
Digital Durian (DD) is a leading Malaysian animation company with over ten years experience in creating fun edutainment content, with animation ‘Didi & Friends’ and ‘Omar & Hana’ shown all over Asia, Europe, USA, MENA, & Africa.
Halalop Editor’s Note: we have previously written about Omar & Hana in this article here, and how its founder started the cartoon series in this article here.
Farah Ishak is a Content Writer at Halalop. She grew up in the United Kingdom where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Management. Later, she completed her MBA and held senior-level positions in Malaysian based MNC. She left the corporate world to be with her young kids. She is passionate about issues concerning Muslim women, Startups and Muslim businesses in general.
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