Mohammad Amro

Fellowship year

2017 - 2018



Placement when a fellow

Youth Project Officer - Madrasati

Current employment &/or degree seeking

Partnerships Specialist - Danish Refugee Council (DRC)

Higher education

B.Sc. Civil Engineering

Current country of residence



Mohammad graduated with a BSc. in civil engineering from The Hashemite University in 2016 and was deeply engaged in various student-led groups and youth organizations during his studies. Post-graduation, he delved into the development sector, contributing his efforts to multiple non-profit organizations such as LoYAC Jordan (DARB program), Global Communities/Partners for Good (MENA Youth Empowerment Strategy Program), and British Council Jordan (Exams Operations). Participation in youth exchange programs ignited Mohammad’s passion for global citizenship education and international cooperation initiatives. His journey led him to the Lazord Fellowship in 2017, where he served as a Projects Officer at Madrasati, an educational initiative by Her Majesty Queen Rania, focusing on projects across Jordan’s governorates. Mohammad’s involvement extended to organizing Lazord Fellowship’s regional conference in Tunisia in 2018, where he led a session on “Peacebuilding in Education.” Currently, Mohammad serves as a Partnerships Specialist at the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) in Jordan, overseeing partnership management processes to support DRC’s localization endeavors. He also mentors new Lazord fellows.