Dana Juha


Dana Juha

Livelihood Coordinator


Dana Juha is a livelihood coordinator, based in Amman, Jordan. Joining iMMAP as a market systems and value chains analyst in August 2019, Dana has since been entrusted with leading the livelihood components of iMMAP Jordan’s food security and livelihood unit. As a livelihood coordinator, Dana’s responsibilities are wide-ranging, comprising technical support, business development support, leading training sessions, formulating work plans, and facilitating collaboration between relevant units and stakeholders.

Prior to joining iMMAP, Dana garnered significant experience in the humanitarian sector with Mercy Corps, with whom she spent three years rising from a trainee to a full-fledged senior officer. Similar to the makeup of her current role, Dana boasts an extensive skill set with noted expertise in data visualization, various Microsoft programs, market research, report writing, and both quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

Dana has a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering from the Jordan University of Science and Technology and a Master’s Degree in International Supply Chain Management from the University of London. She also holds a MicroMasters in Data, Economics, and Development Policy.