So You Want to be a Humanitarian Aid Worker with Dr Denis Dragovic

Episode 2 May 17, 2018 00:33:55
So You Want to be a Humanitarian Aid Worker with Dr Denis Dragovic
Dyason House Podcast
So You Want to be a Humanitarian Aid Worker with Dr Denis Dragovic
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Show Notes

Engineer, scholar, consultant, author, humanitarian aid worker Dr Denis Dragovic has done it all. In this episode we talk about what it's like to be an aid worker in general and in tough situations like war zones. Denis also shares some tips on how to pursue your own career in the aid industry and some of the problems that the industry currently faces.

Music: Jade by Scott Buckley

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