B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon talk to Dalia Mogahed, director research at the ISPU, in this episode of “What a Relief!” — IRUSA’s official podcast.
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B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon talk to Sepna from Market Xcel in this episode of “What a Relief!” — IRUSA’s official podcast.
B.C. Dodge talks to Annie Tourez, of Fazko Education Scholarship Program in this episode of “What a Relief!” — IRUSA’s official podcast.
On this What a Relief Podcast B.C. Dodge talks to Abed Ayoub, co-founder of Third Pillar Charities, about the underserved in the United States
On this podcast B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant take some time out to talk with IRUSA’s very own Regional Disaster Response Coordinator, Abdullah Shawky
On this episode of the What a Relief Podcast Kevin Peach Business Development Coordinator for NRS International delivers a sneak peek into the manufacturing side of relief work.
B.C. Dodge and Mordant went live! This time from the Interaction Forum of 2017 at the Walter E. Reed Convention Center in Washington D.C. They had the pleasure of sitting down with Princess, the Program Manager for a new initiative called the Togetherness Project. It got its start in January of this year.
In this episode of the podcast, B.C. Dodge is live from ICNA to interview Nadir Thabatah, co-founder and president of Islam By Touch. Islam By Touch is the first Muslim organization in North America dedicated to the blind community. Nadir and his wife and co-founder, Yadira Thabatah, produce the English meanings of the Qur’an and distribute them—free of charge.
This week on the What a Relief Podcast B.C. & Mordant welcome Reverend Amy Gopp, Vice President for IMA World Health, a global and ecumenical public health organization. She is an ordained minister of the Christian Church with two decades of experience in faith-based relief and development—and we think she’s awesome!
When a refugee family arrives in the United States, how much support do they really have? How much time ticks away before they need to figure out how to survive alone, and what hurdles do they have to overcome?