Marwa Kamel is a senior Behavior Change communication expert with 20+ years of extensive experience in strategic communication and programme management. She has worked across the Middle East, Central Asia, and Europe for international organizations and UN agencies. Ms. Kamel has developed a large number of communication strategies including: FP strategy for UNFPA Syria and Syrian Ministry of Health, Polio and Routine immunization strategy for Mena Region and Ukraine, MCH strategy for USAID and MOPH Egypt, Tobacco control strategy for MOPH Qatar, Healthy Lifestyles communication strategy for MOPH Qatar, communication strategy for Child Survival in Lebanon. Ms. Kamel has also planned and implemented a wide number of communication campaigns and communication materials around the MENA Region and Eastern Europe region. This included the development of TV Spots, Radio Spots, TV and Radio programs, indoor and outdoor print materials, web and social media materials. Additionally, Ms. Kamel has been heavily involved in planning and implementing both qualitative and quantitative research activities.

Associate Overview:

 Languages: English, Arabic

Academic Degrees: BA in Economics

 Countries worked: Egypt, Jordan, Libya, Lebanon, Qatar, Kuwait, UAE, Turkey, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria

 Technical/Program Areas of Expertise: Communication for Development, capacity building, crisis communication, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, Social Marketing, public health communication, public relations, behavior change communication, international development, strategic communication, Social Mobilization