Central US

Mirza Mohammed
Mirza Mohammed
The Sound of Volunteering
The Sound of Volunteering
24 April 2021

For almost 50 years, Mirza Mohammed’s mantra has not changed. “Always be blessed with opportunities for serving the Imam and the Jamat.” Since 1972, Mirza has been sharing his talent and passion with the global Jamat, and it has been his guiding principle while he’s journeyed through his career as a musician, director, composer, and arranger.

I-CERV volunteers partner with the City of Dallas and Borden Dairies to distribute milk and food to families in need.
I-CERV volunteers partner with the City of Dallas and Borden Dairies to distribute milk and food to families in need.
I-CERV Volunteers Battle Food Shortages Amid COVID-19
I-CERV Volunteers Battle Food Shortages Amid COVID-19
24 February 2021

Signs reading "Mayor's Milk Initiative – Free Food & Milk," were posted around communities by I-CERV volunteers from the Central United States, as they worked over six weeks to serve 1,400 families.

Central Region Mental Health Providers
1 January 2021

If you need support from a mental health professional, you can find a mental health provider in your area through the county and state resources listed below available within the Central Region. 

A Physician’s Unconventional Seva
A Physician’s Unconventional Seva
27 December 2020

Advocating for health justice by affecting policy

Sumera Makhani, PA-C, ED Covid-19 Frontline Provider
Sumera Makhani, PA-C, ED Covid-19 Frontline Provider
Healthcare Heroes Persevere Amidst their own Anxieties
Healthcare Heroes Persevere Amidst their own Anxieties
17 November 2020

Two healthcare workers recount their fears and responses from the frontlines against COVID-19.

Healthcare Hero - Shamim Semmy
Healthcare Hero - Shamim Semmy
17 July 2020

Shamim Semmy has provided care for numerous coronavirus patients and though it is difficult to enforce strict isolation protocols, she has persevered and taken it in stride.

Sofia Babool
Sofia Babool
College Student and Friends Produce Face Masks for Physicians
College Student and Friends Produce Face Masks for Physicians
12 July 2020

Many in the Jamat around the country have been moved by the lack of adequate personal protective equipment available to healthcare workers and other frontline responders during this COVID-19 crisis. These dedicated professionals are risking their own lives to save others. Others have been concerned about the plight of those unable to work, and who are finding it difficult to provide food for their families at this time.

I-CERV volunteers of Little Rock donate 10,000 masks and 1,800 meals to the University of Arkansas Medical Center.
I-CERV volunteers of Little Rock donate 10,000 masks and 1,800 meals to the University of Arkansas Medical Center.
Six Feet Apart but Close to Others
Six Feet Apart but Close to Others
7 July 2020

The Council for the Central US provides much-needed items to the community during this health crisis.

Dilshad Mawani (left), Sultana Sherali (top left), and Mumtaz Hirani (top right) have helped to make face coverings for physicians and families all over the Dallas region.
Dilshad Mawani (left), Sultana Sherali (top left), and Mumtaz Hirani (top right) have helped to make face coverings for physicians and families all over the Dallas region.
College student and friends produce face masks for physicians
College student and friends produce face masks for physicians
29 May 2020

For Sofia Babool, a 20-year-old sophomore studying neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas, conversation in recent weeks has centered around Covid-19. The world seems to be on pause; her school, favorite coffee shop, everything in her life has been turned upside down.

Khairunissa Meghani, a Dallas nurse, proudly serving COVID-19 patients.
Khairunissa Meghani, a Dallas nurse, proudly serving COVID-19 patients.
Nurses on the frontlines, risking their own lives to save others
Nurses on the frontlines, risking their own lives to save others
7 May 2020

For Nurse Appreciation Week, we are recounting the stories and struggles of a few of our nurses who care for us, especially during the current health crisis.

Shahid Qalandar, a singer-songwriter from Northern Pakistan.
Shahid Qalandar, a singer-songwriter from Northern Pakistan.
Peace and Love with Music and Art
Peace and Love with Music and Art
29 April 2020

A self-taught musician and artist from Hunza overcomes cultural barriers to help local artists perform in Lisbon.

Aziz Samji discusses economic ramifications affecting the global community.
Aziz Samji discusses economic ramifications affecting the global community.
Ismaili Federal Reserve Bank Analyst Describes Market Conditions Amid Coronavirus Concerns
Ismaili Federal Reserve Bank Analyst Describes Market Conditions Amid Coronavirus Concerns
22 April 2020

A Dallas IPN event draws attendees to hear about the latest economic conditions affecting Texas

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