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Naser Haghamed
CEO The views represented here are entirely my own & do not represent the position, opinions, affiliations or sympathies of my employer.
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Islamic Relief UK 4h
Thank you for visiting our worldwide head office today in - the city in which Islamic Relief was proudly founded 35 years ago! Great to discuss our life-saving work here in the UK and in 30+ countries around the world.
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Karen Landles Apr 24
And again another on Southampton Row. Thank you for the work you do for people in extreme need.
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Islamic Relief UK Apr 24
Faith-based humanitarian & development agencies condemn attacks.
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Naser Haghamed Apr 21
Devastated to hear this terrible and tragic news this morning. My thoughts are with all those that are injured a d lost loved ones.
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Islamic Relief Apr 19
Today marks the anniversary of the 2015 devastating earthquake in . Around 8m people were affected by the quake which killed around 9,000 people and forced 2.8m individuals from their homes. We began working in Nepal within days of this earthquake:
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Mark Lowcock Apr 19
40 million people in the world have fled their homes in fear but are not refugees. This week we continue to draw attention to and a life unavailable.
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Hugo Slim Apr 18
and armed conflict. Please join and for the launch of this pioneering report by in Geneva on May 9
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Martin Cottingham Apr 9
Some thoughts on reputation risk management - my byline but huge credit to who work closely with me on this stuff
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Islamic Relief Apr 17
IR Worldwide Chief Executive, explains how getting funds and resources to people in places experiencing violent conflict can be far from straightforward:
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USAID Apr 17
that in the 1980s, severe drought in led to about 1 million deaths from famine? Today, we're preparing families to withstand the effects of drought, reducing the need for food aid through . Here’s how:
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Naser Haghamed Apr 11
Replying to @5Naureen
You are welcome. I hope there will be future opportunities where you can attend my sessions.
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PBS NewsHour Apr 10
"Yemen is the Earth's greatest catastrophe," David Beasley tells .
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Lizz Harrison Apr 11
Great to hear the interesting findings of research on supporting local orgs institutional capacity through STRIDE project, from
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KD Apr 11
: “From a CEO perspective, key requirement for success is communication and availability. Important to ensure that the board is available when required and communication is timely”
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Shivaji Shiva Apr 11
Replying to @ShivajiShivaLaw
Interesting to hear that Ivor Caplin was determined to have a fully appointed advisory board so that as chair he could build a diverse board, in terms of race, gender and approach.
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Shivaji Shiva Apr 11
Replying to @THTorguk
Next up, Ian Green and Ivor Caplin of of a ‘fully appointed advisory board to provide constructive challenge, advice, and a sounding board to the board’.
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David Murphy Apr 11
CEO of ended his great talk by confirming it is indeed "lonely at the top" & the importance of a chair's role in keeping the CEO's well-being in mind, as they may be the only person doing so, including the CEO themself!
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Sam Henson Apr 11
is delivering an absolutely outstanding session here... the key role of emotional intelligence, being aware it is lonely at the top...challegne for chairs a d boards to look after their CEO
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David Murphy Apr 11
Really useful afternoon session at the by CEO of on nurturing the board/exec relationship highlighting the importance of developing Emotional Intelligence on both sides of the relationship
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Islamic Relief USA Apr 10
With the US acceptance rate already at its lowest levels, we believe it is time to lift the ban & help alleviate the profound suffering of so many across the world; which IRUSA does daily without regard to race, religion, or gender -
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