Kaffarah should be paid for each missed day of fast

Q: I had sexual intercourse with my wife twice in the blessed month of Ramadan, 1403 AH. And another time on one day from the blessed month in 1407 A.H. Anyway, I made up for these days after the end of each Ramadan, but I did not observe the due Kaffarah for them. Because I worked in a remote area where there was no electricity and roads were rugged, I could not fast two successive months. I hope you will give me a suitable solution to my case. Moreover, I want to ask whether I should offer Kaffarah by feeding sixty poor persons for each day or for all the days at once, because they were separated. In addition, what is the quantity of the Kaffarah and is it allowable to spend it in charitable acts, such as building a mosque or a house for some poor people? I hope you will give me a written answer. May Allah reward you with all good for Islam and Muslims. He is the All-Hearing and All-Answering. Thanks very much.

A: If the case is as you mentioned, you are obliged to make up for these three days, repent to Allah (Exalted be He), and ask Him for forgiveness. In addition, you are charged with three expiations because sexual intercourse took place on separate days. (Part No. 9; Page No. 238) The expiation is to emancipate a believing slave. If you could not do that, you have to fast two successive months. If you are unable to do that because of illness, old age, or some hardship that prevents you from fasting, you are to feed sixty poor persons for each day on which you had sexual intercourse during the daytime in Ramadan. Every poor person should be given half a Sa` (1 Sa`=3 kg. Approx.) from the staple foodstuff of the country, such as wheat, rice, etc. However, it is not permissible to spend the value of expiation in charitable acts, building mosques or even to pay it in cash.May Allah grant us success. May peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his family, and Companions.