Three new employees in Lebanon

Three new employees in Lebanon

Danmission welcomes three new colleagues in our office in Beirut, Lebanon.

Jinane Saleh

What does your new job in Danmission’s Beirut-office consist of?

“I am the Communication and Public relations officer, my responsibilities include design, development and implementation of the EU project’s Communication, visibility and dissemination plan in accordance with the “Communication and Visibility Manual for European Union External Actions”.

My tasks include management of yearly communication and visibility, and contribution to the overall reporting on communication activities. Along with assisting in the planning and coordination of visits from Denmark which means setting up meetings, organizing programs and support to internal and external delegations during their stay in Lebanon. Additionally coordination and administrative responsibilities of activities related to the strategic partnership with the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs”.

What is your educational background and job-history before getting the job in Danmission?

“I am an International Affairs and Diplomacy graduate and I hold a Master’s degree in European Union studies and human rights which I studied in Spain. I was also lucky to participate in a 6 months exchange program in Denmark at UCC “Didactics of Dialogue and Reconciliation”. I started volunteering, training and working with intergovernmental, international and humanitarian based organizations  five years ago”.

What do you like about your new job?

“I am very thankful to the professional and international atmosphere that I am experiencing with Danmission. I love the multicultural vibes that we have at the office and I believe that we together can make positive impacts and big changes.

 

Eliana Mallouk Haddad

What does your new job in Danmission’s Beirut-office consist of?

“I am in charge of managing the EU-funded Hiwarouna project,  coordinating and reporting on all interventions in joint collaboration with all consortium partners of Lebanon, Syria and Iraq. I am also leading on all Monitoring and Evaluation task requirements”.

What is your educational background and job-history before getting the job in Danmission?

I have studied International Development and Project Management for Development and I possess over 6 years of experience in designing, managing, monitoring and evaluating projects related to Education, Life Skills, Health, Economic Development, Youth and Women empowerment, Peace Building and social cohesion”.

What do you like about your new job?

“My job brings me self-actualization and fulfillment because of the humanitarian impact, hope and  inspirations it carries into the lives of the most vulnerable communities”.

How do you relate to religion and interreligious dialogue?

“We belong to war-torn communities affected by backlogged conflicts and violence separating people because of their political and religious affiliation and I belong to a family that was converted from one religion to another and got separated as a result. That said, I am here to promote the religious values that are supposed to bring people back together”.

Elie Bkassiny

What does your new job in Danmission’s Beirut-office consist of?

“Administrative and Finance Officer: EU project budget update in addition to the partners budget follow up, accounting of MENA office, suppliers payments, cash & cash flow management and some logistic tasksl, bank, official reporting, office procurement in addition to some logistic tasks”.

What is your educational background and job-history before getting the job in Danmission?

” I have a Bachelor degree in Business accounting, a total of 13 years of experience in accounting, finance and HR. I have 2 years of experience working with international NGO’s

What do you like about your new job?

“First of all I like the mission of Danmission and all my colleagues, second I think I will get challenged in my new job and I am learning new things in addition I will get new social and religious connections”.

How do you relate to religion and interreligious dialogue? 

“Specially in our area – in the MENA region and in our country Lebanon we have many religions and some of them are very closed. They will not accept other religions and for this reason interreligious dialogue is important.