When paramedics were performing CPR on IRUSA President Anwar Khan, he didn’t see his life flash before his eyes — he saw other people. People he needed to help. He needed to come back to finish his job.
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This What a Relief podcast episode kicks off a very special year for Islamic Relief USA—its 25th anniversary! This feature begins to unearth what turns out to be an epically inspiring history. The guest of honor just happens to have been there since day one.
Islamic Relief USA has named longtime executive Anwar Khan as the president of the non-profit humanitarian and advocacy organization. Khan takes over the position effective immediately.
B.C. Dodge & R. Mordant Mahon talk to Anwar Khan, CEO of Islamic Relief USA and Najah Bazzy, Founder and President of Zaman International Hope for Humanity in this episode of “What a Relief!” — IRUSA’s official podcast.
Today, Anwar Khan, CEO of Alexandria-based nonprofit Islamic Relief USA, is a citizen. But he said President Donald Trump's Jan. 27 travel ban has not only restricted his own travel, but impeded his organization's work in providing relief and development in communities around the world, focusing on poverty-stricken areas, both Muslim and non-Muslim.
IRUSA CEO Anwar Khan on Jan. 29 denounced the executive order preventing entry into the United States for people from seven countries and all refugees.
Devex spoke with Khan, to gain more insight on the situation and how the development community can secure the future of international humanitarian work free of attacks.
A message from IRUSA CEO Anwar Khan. It is our responsibility to support the orphan and to encourage the feeding of the needy. On Nov. 8, we have a crucial election that will impact key policies, including how we as a nation support those most in need ...
The traditional Muslim call to prayer echoed across USIP’s atrium yesterday evening as the institute ushered in its third annual Iftar, marking the breaking… Continue reading...
We started the morning early and traveled up a nearby mountain in a small jeep. Only one car can pass at a time. The earthquake broke off parts of the road, and landslides are a constant hazard.