Eman Ismail Abu Mohm'd is Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) Regional Representative in the International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA) since August 2019, and the focal point on Localisation at the global level. Before, she worked as Emergency and Development professional leader in the humanitarian sector, private and government sectors with an extensive knowledge of strategising, implementing, coordinating and leading development and emergency programs with over than 17 years of experience. Previously, her work as Deputy Country Director for Programs for CARE International in Jordan focused on scaling-up the in-country Syria Emergency Response and Iraqi Refugee response from 2004 until 2019, with a total value exceeding $28 million/year. She was also part of the Regional Leadership team working on different humanitarian and development issues in the MENA region and took the lead on articulating the partnership strategy, Jordan Nexus paper.
Ms. Ismail is a certified trainer on PSEA and Leadership in Humanitarian and Fragile context. She took the lead on coordinating vital e-government programs in Jordan as the E-Government Programme Coordinator and she engaged with different private sectors and representatives from civil societies organisations. Linked to SD (UN) goals, the initiative contributed to the “use of ICTs to more effectively and efficiently deliver government services to citizens and businesses. In addition, she worked on designing, implementing, and leading multi-sectoral protection, economic and civic engagement programs, and Gender equality and mainstreaming funded by major key institutional donors, private sectors and corporates.