IRUSA Director Speaks on Humanitarianism at 2018 Bond Conference

Islamic Relief USA is nonprofit 501(c)(3) humanitarian agency working to aid disaster responses, underprivileged citizens and other international relief and development efforts. Recently, Imran Madden, the president of IRUSA, spoke about humanitarianism at the Bond Conference 2018 on some of his biggest challenges and how he plans to overcome them. When asked about the largest obstacles the agency will face when aiding humanitarian efforts, he explained how warring factions often act with blatant disregard to humanitarian principles.

ADS Inc Teaming Up With World Housing for Deployed U.S. Troops

A company in Stanford is partnering with ADS Inc. to assist the United States military by creating portable housing structures to use when the troops have been deployed. The CEO and founder of World Housing Solution is Ron Ben-Zeev. In a remarkable demonstration for News 6, Ron Ben-Zeev had an employee strike the material with a sledgehammer to demonstrate the durability. He felt this effectively showed the way the material will react to a potential blast.

New Panel in place to help with hurricane relief

The immediate efficacy discussions by the experienced and knowledgeable advisory committee will be multi-faceted. These diverse leaders will talk about the immediate damage and how to keep the Island open and operating for everyone. In addition to the Governor and Senator Graham, the 18-member V.I. Hurricane and Resiliency Advisory Group consists of Beverly Nichlson-Doty, Dr. Jerome M. Adams, Vivek Daswani, Anthony Hurley, Elizabeth Armstrong, Valdamier Collens, Judith Enck, Andrew Farkas, Eugene Farrell, Sen. Novelle E. Francis, Jr., Daryl Griffith, Hans Lawaetz, John McInnis III, Basil Ottley, Geri Purvis, Marjorie Roberts, and Harriet Tregoning.

A.D.S. Teams Up with FEMA in Virginia Beach

On Tuesday October 17th, FEMA held an event in conjunction with a government supply contractor based out of Virginia Beach called A.D,S. ADS helped provide equipment; in particular very specialized helmets and other tactical gear for those in attendance. They then assisted in some of the training exercises so that volunteers and first-responders could properly use the equipment and act efficiently.