Nour is the global surge monitoring, evaluation, and reporting officer. She is responsible for designing the whole monitoring and evaluation systems, developing tools, and assessing the quality and impact of the iMMAP global surge team activities.
She has over seven years of expertise, acquired through collaboration with major organizations, such as the Lebanese Red Cross, IFRC, Translators without Borders, and the Danish Refugee Council. She has been working in challenging and dynamic contexts, both in Lebanon and abroad, in Bangladesh and Mozambique.
Nour has a Bachelor Degree in Biology and has a minor in Psychology from Notre Dame University in Lebanon. In addition, she has completed PRINCE 2 certification, equivalent to the PMP and the IFRC PMER training. Nour is fluent in Arabic, English and French.