In this week’s “What a Relief!” podcast episode, host B.C. Dodge and IRUSA’s Nouf Samarkandi sit down with Mr. Vimlendra Sharan, who is the Director of the Liaison Office for North America for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). This is a particularly impactful episode, as it is dedicated to World Food Day, which takes place every year on October 16
Bustle reports that On Friday, as the city of Palu prepared for a beach festival, a 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Sulawesi, a central island in Indonesia, followed by a massive tsunami, leaving at least 384 people dead, according to the Indonesia National Disaster and Mitigation Agency. Here's how to help Indonesia after the earthquake and tsunami.
Stay "woke" and informed on humanitarian policies and issues affecting your neighborhoods and people all around the world. This week's word is on: DISASTER RESPONSE IN PUERTO RICO. Want to learn more about the importance of advocacy on issues like these? Visit irusa.org/advocacy
Westword reports that Denverites experiencing homelessness got a chance to spend Saturday, September 15, hanging out in a festive environment at Lawson Park as part of the third annual Denver Day of Dignity.
Islamic Relief USA is looking for a Regional Assistant, in Buena Park, CA. Working under the supervision of the Regional Director, the candidate for this position must show commitment to IRUSA’s faith-inspired values and principles as well as a commitment to the vision and mission of the organization, in addition to the essential duties and responsibilities displayed below.Essential Duties and Responsibilities
This throwback episode of IRUSA’s “What a Relief!” podcast is full of raw stories from Myanmar’s border. Our host B.C. Dodge talks with Imam Khalid Latif and IRUSA’s Ridwan Adhami about a trip that they recently returned from to document the crisis and IRUSA’s response.
Recorded in front of a live audience, this special episode of the What a Relief Podcast features B.C. Dodge and co-host Nouf Samarkandi as they chat with a special group of inspiring guests who are part of a program known as Tech Girls. This is one episode you don’t want to miss!
On this episode of the What a Relief Podcast B.C. Dodge and Mordant sit with Islamic Relief USA’s very own US Programs coordinator and international recording artist Naeem Muhammad stopped past give a live performance and brought us into how grew in to his birthed his musical talent.