Global Shout featured in Washington Post

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On the two year anniversary of the Afghan refugee evacuation with the fall of Afghanistan, Global Shout has been featured in a short documentary in the Washington Post, discussing our efforts to help settle refugees, and featuring our Executive Director, Ali Karim, our COO, Farid Noori, and his activist uncle, Mohibullah Noori, discussing the latter’s struggles and uncertain asylum status. Over 19,000 Afghan refugee asylum cases are still pending today, as the Afghan Adjustment Act proposed legislation to expedite their processing has still not been passed by congress, preventing the refugees from having a secure home in the United States and reuniting with the loved ones they left behind in the danger of Taliban-led Afghanistan. Please click the link below to access the article and documentary video, and please share the link to raise awareness. Thank you for all of your support!
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Global Shout is a U.S. based 501(c)3 tax-exempt (EIN#: 85-2382286) non-profit organization originally founded by students at Georgetown University in 2005 as Global S.H.O.U.T. (Students Helping Orphans in Underprivileged Territories). After an early focus strictly on the education and care of orphaned children in third world nations, the organization underwent a gradual shift in scope of humanitarian work, expanding beyond the university and dropping the acronym, with a full rebranding in 2019-20, now operating projects internationally of varying type and purpose.