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How to use Twitter to raise money for an orphaned charity

KARACHI: The hashtag #KABBA will become a Twitter hashtag for Pakistan’s charitable organisations.

But how can a hashtag such as #Kababa raise money?

It is not easy, said Shahid Asghar, the founder of the Pakistan-based Twitter group #Khabarabat.

“We have to raise $50,000 by April 6 to do the job.

We will spend the money on the salaries of the staff, the salaries for the charity workers and on advertising.”

Twitter has recently started offering free adverts for the hashtag and the social media platform is now also looking at raising funds through the hashtag.

Twitter has already launched the hashtag #CantBeKabab, a trending hashtag in Pakistan, to raise awareness of the plight of the orphans and their families.

“The hashtag is very important because of the need of the orphaned children and their parents to raise funds for the charities they support,” said Asghars cousin, Khadim Khan.

“In the past, people raised money through the internet.

Now people have to use the hashtag to spread the word.”

Twitter is also planning to offer its own adverts, which can be seen in Pakistan and around the world.

The adverts will feature photos of the famous entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs, including those of Nobel Prize winners, famous entrepreneurs,and famous entrepreneurs quotes.

“Our aim is to promote Twitter as an innovative platform that can help to solve the problem of orphans and orphans’ families,” said Twitter’s head of operations, Ali Razaq.

Twitter is in the process of creating a separate platform for Pakistan.

“I can tell you that Twitter is the best platform for this issue.

Twitter can help us solve the orphans problem in a very efficient way,” said Khan.

Asgharf says Twitter has also set up a special section on the #Kaba hashtag, with a special feed for the Pakistani community, and it will also launch a campaign in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, Sports and Culture to promote #KBA in Pakistan.

“We are working on creating a special social media section to promote the hashtag in the country,” said Hussain Rehman, the general manager of Twitter Pakistan.

According to a report by CNN, Twitter is working on a plan to make its service accessible to children in Pakistan as well as to make it accessible to women and girls.

 The company has also been helping charities across the world in this regard, providing ads to organisations like UNICEF and UNFPA.

The Twitter adverts are being developed by a team of more than 100 people who are working under the supervision of social media guru Aamir Shah, who is also working with the company to develop the hashtag’s ads.