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UN, Muslim NGOs draw closer
Aid workers and donors from the Arab and Muslim world mingle with members of the UN and other aid agencies at a meeting in Kuwait in 2011
KUWAIT CITY, 23 September 2013 (IRIN) - Two years ago IRIN published a detailed analysis
of the deep mistrust that existed between aid agencies from the Arab/Muslim world and the UN-coordinated aid system dominated by Western countries.
Last week, at the close of an annual conference
in Kuwait bringing both sides together, participants said much progress had been made.
In this podcast, IRIN reporter Heba Aly speaks to three Muslim humanitarians to get their views on how the relationship is changing. Click below to hear the discussion between Hany El-Banna, founder of the Humanitarian Forum; Haroun Atallah, a long-time manager at UK-based Islamic Relief; and Khaled Diab, director of international aid at the Qatar Red Crescent Society.
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