Prof Amal Ibrahim is the chairholder and director of the UNESCO chair in Women, Science and Technology since 2019, which is hosted by Sudan University of Science and Technology (SUST). She is a professor of sport management in a number of Sudanese and regional universities. Her teaching and research lies within the areas of strategic planning in sports, sports ethics, quality applications in sports firm, ladies rhythmic, artistic exercises, rhythmic gymnastics, gymnastics, kinetic expression and, swimming. She serves as program director for the "Psychological and Physical Rehabilitation" program, in cooperation with the National land Mine Network. She served as program director for the "Care for Landmine Victims" program, ABRAR Psychiatric Rehabilitation Unit (2005-2008). She also served as a collaborator with the AGFUND Gulf Rehabilitation Program for children affected by wars, as head of the rehabilitation program (2008-2012) and she was collaborator with Amal Family Inclusion for Street boys (cooperation with the Indian JICA and the Administrative Sciences, 2014). She has published 8 text books and 53 scientific papers. She received 5 Awards Certificates on issues relating to gender and religious discrimination for women.