Mousa Badran

A dedicated volunteer for nine years, he initiated his community impact through interactive theatre training with NAYA camp and ActionAid, during high school. This led to the establishment of NAYA, where he held diverse roles, from IT assistant to event coordinator. Furthermore, he expanded his community outreach by engaging with Tawazi Message and Y-Peer for sexual and reproductive health awareness.

Also, he was a participant in the “English Access” Small Scholarship Program, sponsored by the US Embassy, where he immersed himself in the American culture while honing his language skills. He became an ambassador for Zarqa Kasaba and he collaborated with USAID to address community challenges.

Later he evolved into a cybersecurity specialist, and he now leads the cybersecurity unit at Naya Community Network, reflecting a transformative journey shaped by years of volunteering and continuous learning. Currently, he works as M&E with Finn Church Aid.

Anoud Abulghanam

Anoud Abulghanam

Anoud Abulghanam (also known as An Li in Chinese) is currently working in communications at Finn Church Aid, a Finnish NGO dedicated to providing opportunities for the livelihood of youth in Jordan. A firm advocate of trying new things and being a little spontaneous, Anoud decided to pursue a degree in Chinese, start her own chocolate business from home, and travel to the USA through a Women’s Leadership Program. This comes from her belief that trying is better than not, you don’t have to have things figured out 24/7, you should do what you love with love and that your mental health and wellbeing is a top priority. In her free time, Anoud loves to read (to romanticize her life and pretend she’s a fictional character), bake, go on walks and study Chinese.