The Beloved Community:Aisha Jumaan and the War on Yemen 
Series: Title: Sub-title:
The Beloved Community  Aisha Jumaan and the War on Yemen  Dr. Aisha Jumaan with the Facts about the Genocide of Yemen 
Producer: Program type: Broadcast Restrictions:
John Shuck  Monthly Program  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
The Senate voted 56-41 to end the US involvement in the war on Yemen. Dr. Aisha Jumaan discusses what this vote means and offers the facts on the ground about the greatest humanitarian crisis in the world.

Dr. Jumaan is the founder and president of the Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation. ( , a nonprofit charity organization that aims to provide relief to the people of Yemen and support peace building efforts.

Professionally, Aisha has been working as an independent consultant in health related projects since April 2013. She manages and coordinates Health funded projects in Yemen, including the Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP). Prior to this Aisha was a consultant for CDC FETP program supporting FETP programs in the Middle East. In 2011 she helped establish the Yemen program (amid social and political unrest) in collaboration with CDC, WHO and the Ministry of Public Health and Population.

Between 2008 and 2010, Aisha was the Director of the HPV vaccine project at PATH working in India, Peru, Vietnam and Uganda. She has served as a Senior Epidemiologist for over 10 years in several divisions at CDC, including Cancer, Immunizations, Nutrition and Environmental Health. She has been the primary investigator on several research projects and provided epidemiological and statistical technical expertise. As an Assistant Professor at both Emory University School of Public Health in the Epidemiology Department and at Sanas University in Yemen under the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Aisha developed and taught intermediate epidemiology to graduate students as well as epidemiology and biostatistics to medical students.

While in Yemen, Aisha served as a National Program Officer for the United Nations Population Fund and as a Health Program Officer for the United Nations Development Fund, supervising several major programs in collaboration with local government institutions. She developed and implemented training programs for US Peace Corps Primary Health Care Volunteers in Yemen, and has evaluated training programs for Primary Healthcare Workers for the Dutch Volunteer Organization SNV. Aisha holds a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of North Carolina, an MPH in Epidemiology from Emory University, and a BA in Biology from Mills College. 
Public Health Medical Professional and Professor, Dr. Aisha Jumaan 
Notes: Credits:
Beloved Community airs once per month on KBOO in Portland from 9-10 am. It is hosted by John Shuck.  This program originally aired live Friday December 14th from 9-10 am Pacific on KBOO in Portland.

All call letters and phone numbers have been removed except at the end to identify the program.

This is suitable for national broadcast. 
Human Rights | War / Weapons | Children and War | Saudi Arabia | United Arab Emirates | Yemen | Islam | Weapons Industry  
Version 1: BC 29 Aisha Jumaan 37 minutes  
Total Length (HH:MM:SS)
37 Minutes Broadcast Ready 
Transcript, Announcer Script Location Recorded Release Date Language
View Script  KBOO Portland  12-14-2018  English 
Segment Length
File Info
BC29Jumaan37min  192Kbps mp3 (42.37MB) Mono 


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