No. She doesn't need to pay Kaffara/fidya if she performs her qada before the next holy month of Ramadan. If she delays, she needs to give 750 grams of food for each missed day.
It has to be given to poor person.
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Question: What is Kaffarah of delaying the qaza of fast.
Answer: If a person does not give the qaza of his fast until the next Ramadhan, he should give 750 grams of food (wheat or bread or rice) to the poor for each missed day.
‘Fidya’ meaning compensation, is when someone is not able to fast in Ramadan and cannot make them up afterwards (due to illness etc.) they pay for someone else to be fed. For example, Fidya is payable when a person misses a fast due to legitimate reasons and then cannot fulfil its qadha.
(For those unable to repay their Rozas before the Ramadhan of the following year, Fidya is GBP 1.50 (USD 2.50) per Roza.)
‘Kaffara’ in Arbaic literally means ‘to remove’ or ‘blot out’ something. In religious law it is a atonement or penitence for failing to carry out certain obligatory acts, or for breaking an oath, or for committing certain sins, or for harming someone. For example, kaffarah becomes payable, as well as the Qadha of that fast, for intentionally missing a fast(s) without a valid excuse.
(The rate of Kaffara of a Roza is GBP 90 (USD 150) per Roza. For other intentional acts or complicated cases please contact us or your Mara’je (Scholar) for the calculations)
NOTE: This is related to year 2014.