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Mrs. Lara Adnan Hussein

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Background Information

Employment History

Country Representative for Jordan Office

CHF International

Chief - Child Protection

UNICEF

Post

National Council for Family Affairs

Affiliations

Executive Board Member and Vice President of Family Policy
World Family

Secretary
General

Deputy Secretary
NCFA

Executive Committee Member
Child Protection Initiative of Amman Municipality

Board Member
Queen Rania College for Childhood at the Hashemite University

Member In the International Organizing Committee
World Forum on Early Childhood Education

Member In the Education Reform
Knowledge Economy

Member
Health and Social Welfare Committees of the Jordanian National Agenda

Education

Bachelor degree

Business Administration

Yarmouk University

Masters degree

Education , Human Resource Development

Huddersfield University

Web References (39 Total References)


Executive Board - World Family Organization

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Mrs. Lara Hussein - Jordan Deputy Secretary General of National Council for Family Affairs of Jordan lara@worldfamilyorganization.org


Unbenanntes Dokument

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Ms. Lara Hussein is Jordanian, holds a Masters degree in Education, Human Resource Development from Huddersfield University, U.K., and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the Yarmouk University, Jordan. Ms. Hussein recently joined CHF International as a Country Representative for Jordan Office. She worked for six years as the Deputy Secretary General at the National Council for Family Affairs (NCFA) - a family policy think tank that is headed by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah. Prior to holding her latest post at NCFA, Ms. Hussein was the Director of the Childhood Unit. She has gained her professional experience working for ten years with the United Nations (ESCWA & UNICEF) in research and project management related positions.

Moreover, she held several memberships in national, regional and international committees, of which; a board member in the World Family Organization, a board member in Queen Rania College for Childhood at the Hashemite University, a member in the National Family Protection Team, and an Executive Committee member of the Child Protection Initiative of Amman Municipality, as well as a member in the International Organizing Committee of the World Forum on Early Childhood Education, a member in the Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy (ERFKE - Component Four) Higher Committee, and a member in the Health and Social Welfare Committees of the Jordanian National Agenda.
During her professional life, Ms. Hussein contributed to the development of several national strategies and plans of action, that aims at improving the quality of life for the Jordanian family and its members, among those were: the National Agenda, the National Plan of Action for Children (2004-2013), the National Early Childhood Development Plan of Action (2003-2007), the National Council for Family Affairs' Strategy (2004-2006), The National Strategy for Combating Child Labor, the Health Program Component of the UNICEF and Jordan Country Strategy (2003-2007), and others.
She has represented Jordan in several conferences, prepared many papers in the fields of health, education and protection, and has mobilized a network of national, regional and international partners who are working on issues related to family, children and youth.


Ms. Lara Hussein, Deputy ...

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Ms. Lara Hussein, Deputy Secretary General, National Council for Family Affairs, Jordan.


Meanwhile, the council will also assist ...

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Meanwhile, the council will also assist the Syrian Commission for Family Affairs in preparing its early childhood strategy, according to NCFA Deputy Secretary General Lara Hussein.


World Family Summit +3

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Mrs. Lara HusseinWFO Vice President for Family Policy

Ms. Lara Hussein is Jordanian, holds a Masters degree in Education, Human Resource Development from Huddersfield University, U.K., and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the Yarmouk University, Jordan.Ms. Hussein is currently the Deputy Secretary General of the National Council for Family Affairs (NCFA), a family policy think tank, that is headed by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah.She is also the Vice President of the Family Policy Coordination in the World Family Organization.Prior to holding her latest post, Ms. Hussein was the Director of the Childhood Unit at NCFA.She has gained her professional experience working for ten years with the United Nations (ESCWA & UNICEF) in research and project management related positions.
Moreover, she is a board member in the World Family Organization, a board member in Queen Rania College for Childhood at the Hashemite University, and an Executive Committee member of the Child Protection Initiative of Amman Municipality, as well as memberships in other national, regional and international committees of which are: the International Organizing Committee of the World Forum on Early Childhood Education, the National Family Protection Team, the Education Reform for the Knowledge Economy (ERFKE - Component Four) Higher Committee, and was a member in the Health and Social Welfare Committees of the Jordanian National Agenda.
During her professional life, Ms. Hussein contributed to the development of several national strategies and plans of action, that aims at improving the quality of life for the Jordanian child and family, among those were: the National Agenda, the National Plan of Action for Children (2004-2013), the National Early Childhood Development Plan of Action (2003-2007), the National Council for Family Affairs' Strategy (2004-2006), The National Strategy for Combating Child Labor, the Health Program Component of the UNICEF and Jordan Country Strategy (2003-2007), and others.
She has represented Jordan in several conferences, prepared many papers in the fields of health, education and protection, and has mobilized a network of national, regional and international partners who are working on issues related to family, children and youth.

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