Reham joined Generations For Peace in October 2020 as a Programmes Coordinator. In this role, she supports the implementation of GFP’s programmes in Jordan, whilst liaising with lead Delegates/Pioneers regarding the design, implementation, and coordinating and monitoring of local programmes. She is also responsible for providing inputs to reports for various donors and partners on a monthly and quarterly basis.
Originally from Yemen, Reham earned her Master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Jordan. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from the Lebanese International University in Taiz, Yemen.
Reham started her professional career as a Nutritionist and Dietitian and wanted to expand her knowledge pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Health. During her studies, she noticed how much health intersected with social development, education, safety, and security, which piqued her interest into the world of NGOs. Her interest in these fields was also elevated due to her concern with child and youth empowerment in conflicted areas, which she saw first-hand during her time in Yemen. She applied to the Lazord Fellowship Programme in order to explore opportunities to alleviate the suffering of young people in her community. It was through this programme that she was connected to GFP.
Reham is a huge fan of football, volleyball, and soccer. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, trying different international cuisines, spending time with friends and family, and playing volleyball and soccer.