Kinda Al Massalmeh

Psychosocial Support | Humanitarian Work | Education


Born and raised in Syria, Kinda Al Massalmeh, has been living in Jordan for five years. She holds a bachelors degree in Economics from Damascus University and is trained in psychosocial support. More specifically, she is trained in "Human Rights and the Mental Health Gap" by the WHO, and "Community-Based Psychosocial Support for Syrian Refugees in Jordan" by the University of Jordan. She has conducted and presented extensive research around studying humanitarian needs in emergency and development conditions and is currently working on a gender equality project funded by UNESCO, which screens gender films in remote areas in Jordan. Her expertise includes:

  • Language education
  • Gender, equity and inclusion
  • Humanitarian work
  • Psychosocial and mental health support
What I'm excited to see in the BridgeBuilder Challenge is..

"I hope the ideas reflect a sense of considering the refugee as an opportunity rather than a threat or a challenge to the new community. Second, to communicate more. Conversations can solve most problems."

You can find me on the platform: HERE

مرحبا --- اهلا و سهلا