Amina Upole Nyna graduated in private and judicial law from the Université Libre des Pays des Grands Lacs-Goma/ Democratic Republic of the Congo.
She worked for two years as an intern at Bukavu garrison military Auditorat, as well as on humanitarian issues, during a two-year internship at Maison des Mines des Kivu, an advocacy group for artisanal mining in South Kivu, where she participated in the development of several analyses of EITI reports, and technical notes, among others “Dix commandements pour préparer la validation prochaine de la RDC” in 2017.
She joined CCSi in 2019 as a research collaborator, focusing on gender and sexual violence in conflict-affected, IDP and mining communities.
As an extension of her work with CCSI, she worked as program assistant at PAF-AFRICA / ITURI- Bunia, for focused field research in the Ituri region, as well as on humanitarian issues. She is the founder of Mwanamuke Mjasiri NGO.