NECDO Founder & Chairperson Jamila Afghani’s Bio in Brief

Jamila Jamila Afghani is heading NECDO (Noor Educational & Capacity Development Organization)    since 2001. NECDO is a nonprofit, local, women NGO registered with Afghan government.

 During the Russian invasion she immigrated to Peshawar Pakistan where she completed  her  secondary and higher education. She has two master degrees in (Sharia Law &  International  relations from Peshawar University)

Ms. Afghani has worked in the field of education since her graduation, serving the Afghan youths (women) in the refugee camps in Peshawar and remained a woman activist defending the rights of women in the light of Islamic law and the international law. She has initiated several fruitful projects for the empowerment of women, youths & children socially, economically in 18 provinces of the country. One of the initive which working with Imams (religious leaders) on human rights and women rights has received international recognition. She has received “religious Peace Maker Award from Tananbaum and many national and international appreciation and award. Professor Sally Kitch from Arizona State University has written a book on her life and successful public relation by using a local method for peace and development

3 comments

  1. Dear sir, i hope you will be fine. I graduated from nangarhar university language and literature faculty English deportment. I have experience with report writing, proposal writing. So, how i can get a job in your organization. I sent my documents more than 15 organization but,the don’t give me any feedback. As you better in Afghanistan if a person have realtives organization they can esaly find a job but, un opportunities i don’t have. I kindly requested to provide me opportunities.

    Ahmad

  2. Dear Ms. Jamila Afghani,

    I hope this message from the team at My Crescent finds you in the best of health and spirits.
    I am pleased to introduce myself as a staff writer at iCresRise – an online fortnightly magazine and portal of My Crescent, aiming to create a global Muslim community that is connected through art, literature, business, science, and technology and providing its readers in-depth coverage of the people, ideas, and happenings shaping that world today.

    We want to bring global Muslim voices to the fore and show facets of our world that sometimes are silenced or ignored. Our initiative focuses on a range of views in discourse regarding society and art, encouraging the idea of cultural exchange between different nations.

    We would like to feature an article on you for our category ‘Stars of the Crescent- Leader Under Spotlight’ for the upcoming issue of our magazine. For this purpose, we would like to take the opportunity to contact you and would be delighted if you could kindly take out some time to speak with us.

    While we prefer to speak with you either via Skype or over the telephone, we could also email you a set of questions to answer if that method is more convenient for you. Please let us know what would be a good time to contact her within this week. Could you also please send me your email address for direct communication.

    Thank you for your help and time.

    Looking forward to hear back from you soon.
    Best regards,
    ShahBano Khan

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