Marghoba Safi

Chair Person of Board of Director

Marghuba Safi is born in Kabul province, she has earned her degree from Kabul University. It was one of her dreams to become a successful business woman but due to years of conflicts, war and several challenges that Afghan women were facing, she couldn’t? start a business. She started her career as an administrator/manager of a school with hundreds of girls? student, following that she worked on various agricultural development projects where she trained and built the capacity of over 1000 Afghan women. It took time but finally her dreams come true, here she is telling us her story.

Jamila Safi

Ms. Jamila Safi is  Head of teacher Shura of Kabul under ministry of education
She is bachelor in general science,  She has worked for 35 years in educational department, Head of teacher Shura in Kabul, Women activists. She has also been highly active in social activities such as: Human Rights, Election, Peace Process, Girls Education, Women Training Capacity Building. 

Toorpekai Momand

Ms. Toorpekai Momand, Vice president of WILPF Afghanistan.
She is masters in Public Administration. She has 30 years experience in education as a teacher, Director in Girls School, Basic and Secondary education director for the past 10 years. She has also been highly active in social activities such as: Human Rights, Election, Peace Process, Girls Education, Women Training Capacity Building. She has also worked in culture and custom.

Husnia Tooba

Ms. Husnia Toba, born in Kabul city an educated family. Her father was a teacher in Amani High School, who really wanted his kids to get education. Today her brothers are Doctor, Military, and Pharmacist and her sisters are judge, Economist, and she is a Manager in ACCI Organization.

Dr. Fazal Ghani Kakar

Mr. Fazal Ghani Kakar son of Mulawi Mohammad Hanif Kakar was born in 1352 (Solar Hijri Calander) in Ningrahar province Afghanistan. After he finished his early studies he got BA in Islamic Law from the Islamic Academy of Science and Technology. Then he got Master degree in Arabic Language and PH. D in Islamic studies and Sharia Law. In 1997 he founded an organization by the name of Alfajr (The Dawn) in which he helped and trained Afghan youths both men and women for about 20 years in Pakistan Refugee camps and within the country (Afghanistan), his lectures on peace, tolerance and moderation were attended by 100s of men and women, at the same time he was the pioneer of the idea RUPR (Role of Ulama & Religious leaders in peace and reconciliation) program, in result of which more than 5000 ulama and imams joined the peace process and are working as the messengers of peace in their respective . He has written several books on social issues and has represented Afghanistan in several national and international conferences. He always worked for the peace and brotherhood of Muslims.

Dr. Faramarz Jahan Been

Dr. Mir Mohammad Faramarz “Jahanbeen” works currently as technical manager of third party monitoring (TPM) project with Particip organization. He at the same time is a determined and enthusiastic employee of AYSO with well-developed managerial skills and 14 years’ experience of working in many national and international organizations in executive and advisory positions. Dr. Jahanbeen has been graduated from Kabul Medical University in 2004. In addition, he is holder of two master degrees in; 1) Public Health and; 2) Business Administration. He is friendly, helpful and has a good sense of humour. His life slogan is: Human beings are parts of one body, because they have been created from a single essence. If time brings pain to one part, rest of the parts will not remain calm. “SAADI”

Ahmad Zia Anwari

Ahmad Zia Anwari hold Executive Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management (HRM) from Preston University and BA in Sharia and Law from International Islamic University Islamabad (Pakistan).
He works as Human Resources Director at Ministry of Information and Culture since Sep. 2014. He had also worked as Human Resources Advisor /Civil Services Reform Trainer with Human Resources Development Directorate at the Independent Administration Reforms and Civil Service Commission form Feb 2010 to June 2014. He attended different Human Resources Management, Legal studies and Social Protection, Advocacy trainings programs with UNITAR, JICA, WFP, NRC, Maxplant Institute in Afghanistan, Japan, India, etc.)
He has ten years work experiences in Human Resources Development, Public Administration Reforms, Project Management and Legislative affairs in national and international organizations (Independent Administration Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC), WB, ADB, UNCTAD, UNHCR) in Afghanistan.