Working in Hot Spots

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Tuesday's bomb attack at the U.N. headquarters in Baghdad reminds us just how dangerous international aid work can be. What compels someone to leave the relative safety of home to work in violent and chaotic conditions overseas? Join Neal Conan and his guests for that discussion.


Andrew Schechtman
*Doctors Without Borders, in Monrovia

Gordy Molitor
*Country Director of CARE in Somalia, South Sudan

Charles Vincent
*Deputy Director of the New York Office of the UN World Food Program

Sister Claire Reaume
*Catholic missionary; was in Mauritania for 15 years, including during Gulf War




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