Aiham Al Sukhni is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS). He is a Ph.D. researcher in International Relations at Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University. He holds a Master's degree in Demographic Studies and Research from the University of Damascus, as well as a Master's degree in Conflict Studies and Humanitarian Action from the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies.
With a career spanning over two decades in humanitarian action, Dr. Al Sukhni is committed to fostering dialogue and promoting peace, stability, development, and effective crisis management in conflict-affected regions. His operational expertise includes key roles in disaster preparedness and response, notably during the COVID-19 crisis. He has served as the head of multiple relief missions for the Qatari Red Crescent, providing assistance to countries such as Iran, India, Malaysia, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, and Somalia.
Dr. Al Sukhni plays a pivotal role in overseeing the implementation of dialogue programs in conflict-affected countries. In Afghanistan, he focuses on initiating initiatives to support dialogue and building the capacities of Afghan institutions. Additionally, his efforts extend to stability support initiatives in Somalia, Sudan, and Syria. His dedication to the field of International Relations and humanitarian efforts reflects a profound commitment to making a positive impact on the communities he serves.