Bdour is from Jordan, she has been a humanitarian worker for more than 8 years and currently works at Save the Children International, as a Regional Education in Emergencies Professional Development Program Manager.
In a joint effort to introduce, localize and contextualize learning around gamification for the Jordanian humanitarian sector, Tech Tribes, in partnership with the Humanitarian Leadership Academy and ITCILO, hosted a workshop in Amman titled “Gamification for Humanitarian Learning” from 16-18 June, 2019.
One of the best things about Kaya is how it connects us to local humanitarian communities around the world. A few weeks ago, we connected with Khaled Al Shaka’a on Facebook, where he had shared how his organisation ‘One Love’ had been using Kaya’s online courses to educate and connect humanitarian volunteers in Jerash Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan.
Mohamad Al Huwaimel has over 30 years of experience working in humanitarian response in Jordan and the region. He is currently the Projects Coordinator at the Green Crescent Society (GCS), a national charity organisation founded in 1991.
The Humanitarian Leadership Academy is part of the Save the Children Fund - a charity registered in England and Wales (213890) and Scotland (SC039570) and a registered company limited by guarantee (178159). Registered office 1 St John’s Lane, London, EC1M 4AR