Biography of Fatemah Nazari, Founder of Rabia Balkhi University:
Ms. Fatemeh Nazari was born in Kabul, where she completed her elementary education in Aisha Durani High School and Charqala-e- chardehi high school in Kabul. He holds a bachelor's and master's degree in criminal law and criminology. Ms. Nazari obtained her master's degree from Payam Noor International University. Ms. Nazari speaks Dari, English and Urdu.
Ms Nazari had her elementary education when the country was at the height of the Soviet invasion and post-occupation conflict, but the culturally active lady, having accepted all the hardships and disadvantages of that time, began her own serious cultural activities, and thus, the appropriate cultural context for the education of women and children at that time provided a compendium of activities:
1. Establishment of Shahid Somiyya Literacy School; Established in 1993, it provided hundreds of women with literacy skills with more than 36 branches in western Kabul;
2. Establishment of the Sisters of the Hagar's Sisters; this cultural-social community had more than 370 members and provided varied religious-cultural programs;
3. Working in Faiz Muhammad Kateb Hazara School. This school was active in Peshawar, Pakistan, providing literacy and education opportunities for Afghan immigrants residing in Haji Camp. Ms. Nazari served as a schoolteacher and taught the children of Afghan refugees living in Peshawar, Pakistan. In addition to teaching for immigrants, he was also a volunteer health worker at the Haji Camp for Immigrants;
4. Working at the SORA Institute - Funded by Japan, it worked in the fields of education, agriculture and health. By working with the Institute, Ms. Nazari was able to provide the satisfaction of the Institute with the aim of establishing schools of funk, carpentry, and excavation;
5. Working with the AWOA Institute; Its main focus was on health and assisting war children in South Asia was one of the main missions of this international body. Working with the institute, Ms. Nazari provided access to hundreds of war-affected children to health services;
6. Constitutional Commission: Following the defeat of the Taliban and the introduction of the Provisional and Transitional Government in Afghanistan, Ms. Nazari began working with the Constitutional Commission. After joining the commission, she was named the woman in charge of the women in the center zone. He was also honored by the presidency for his effective work in the commission;
7. Wardak Provincial Women's Affairs: Ms. Nazari, after working successfully in the Constitutional Commission, was appointed as the Chief of Wardak Provincial Women's Affairs, mentioned during her tenure in the Department of Women's Affairs, with significant efforts to improve literacy, economics and nutrition. Ladies did. She held numerous seminars and workshops on the inclusion of women in democratic processes. In addition, Ms. Nazari has attracted a lot of support to launch literacy courses, handicrafts, food distribution such as wheat, oils and beans and distribute domestic animals such as goats, sheep and poultry to the women of Maidan Wardak province;
Participation in the Election and Representation Process:
15th Round Elections: With the parliamentary elections held in the country in the year (2005), Ms. Nazari entered the campaign and nominated herself from the Kabul constituency. With her first involvement in the representation process, Ms. Nazari gained the trust of the honorable people of Kabul. She won the highest number of female candidates in the National Assembly's lower house of parliament from Kabul.
Priorities for working in the 15th Parliament:
Representing the public is usually about overseeing the functioning of the government and enacting laws that are the main duties of lawmaking bodies; In addition to the aforementioned issues, the theoretical lawyer was also concerned with the real and objective issues of the people on the grounds that he prioritized the problems of his clients; in his view, the main problem for Kabul residents, especially west of Kabul, was lack of electricity.
The Ministry of Energy and Water had removed large parts of the city from the electricity distribution plan. When Fatimah Nazari found out, in co-operation with the public in 2008 and 2009, he launched a demonstration to demand equitable distribution of electricity. As a result of his persistent efforts, the electricity distribution program was modified and a $ 27 million presidential decree was allocated to complete the electricity project in deprived areas.
School shortages were another problem; Ms. Nazari made extensive efforts to establish and promote schools, distribute educational facilities, and hire teachers. Dealing with people's daily problems such as following up on complaints, etc. was part of his / her daily activities.
A theory needed a political address to effectively pursue its people's demands, so he set up the "national need" political party. National Need was the first political party in Afghanistan founded by a woman and led by a woman.
Sixteenth round elections:
Ms. Nazari was also nominated in the 16th parliamentary elections in Kabul. The noble people of Kabul, once again in favor of Ms. Nazari's acceptable work during her term in office, once again strongly supported her, resulting in the second highest vote (among women) from Kabul.
Ms. Nazari reviewed her work plans in the second round. His priority in the 16th parliament was to educate his constituents. It was on this basis that he chose to become a member of the Wolesi Jirga's Committee on Religious-Cultural Affairs and Higher Education and prioritized the construction of schools, specialist teachers and school supplies. The establishment of Rabia Balkhi School and University, which is currently one of the prestigious universities in Kabul, has also taken place. Unfortunately, investing in Afghanistan is always a challenge, especially if the investor is a woman; investors in Afghanistan always have a preference for investing in early returns, and fewer people are interested in investing in less profitable and late returns. Adopting all of these problems, Ms. Nazari set up a private university in Rabia Balkhi, which, fortunately, has run well over eight years.
Road construction is another priority for Ms. Nazari; she has been in the road for more than four years. Since 2016, 12.37 kilometers of urban subways have been funded and efforts have been completed.
Seventeenth Round Elections:
Ms Nazari also ran for the seventeenth round of parliamentary elections in Kabul, which fortunately won the trust of the Kabul people for the third time and won the third most popular vote among the women participating in the Kabul constituency. He is now a member of the 17th National Assembly of Kabul. Improving the state of education in the country remains one of Ms. Nazari's top priorities in the seventeenth period.
Participation in international seminars and meetings:
1. Attending a Women's Leadership Seminar in Washington DC hosted by the President of the United States;
2. Attending a meeting of the European Parliament on the defense of women's rights;
3. Attending the Commonwealth Summit on behalf of Afghanistan in the Russian Federation;
4. Attending the South Asian and African Women Summit in the British Parliament;
5. Attend the Peace Decision Making Summit for Afghanistan in Maldives;
6. Attending a conference on Afghanistan in Islamabad, Pakistan;
7. Attending the SARK Conference in India;
8. Participation in the Turkish Parliament on behalf of the Turkish Parliamentary Group;
9. Attending President Obama's First Hundred Day Meeting in the United States;
10. Attend an IPU meeting in Thailand.
11. Attending a meeting entitled Women for Women in France;
12. Attend a security meeting in the Netherlands held by the Dutch Provincial Reconstruction Team; (PRT).
13. Attendance at the Urban Improvement Summit at the invitation of the Mayor of Berlin in Germany;