is qualitative research and development communication professional with over 13 years of international experience in the media, training and development sectors. She has a deep understanding of social research, strategic planning, advocacy, project evaluation, training, coordination and team management.
Eman has worked with UNICEF, UN Habitat, BBC Media Action, the International Bar Association, the British Foreign Office and others. In her work with diverse clients, Eman has promoted on-the-ground dialogue and engaged diverse groups of people living through multiple challenges, including Internally Displaced People (IDPs), refugees, human right activists and vulnerable groups such as Women and Children. Eman is an expert in using community engagement and communication for development approaches advocating for the education of vulnerable women and discussing sensitive issues such as refugee rights, FGM/C, early marriage and human rights. Most recently, as a UNICEF consultant, Eman led team of TOT trainers in developing training materials engaging refugees from Syria and Palestine in the decision making process for social change inside refugee camps in Lebanon. In collaboration with Liverpool University Eman led a team of researchers developing a Health Communication Manual for health workers working for organizations in Sudan and Malawi fighting TB and HIV/AIDS. Eman has worked with diverse projects in the UK, Tunisia, Palestine, Tanzania, Libya, Chad, Sudan, Malawi, Lebanon, South Africa, Jordan and the US.