In 2014, the earthquake took place in villages of Qaisar district of Faryab province where some more than hundreds of people affected in terms of infrastructure, animals, living shelters, household assets and livelihood resources. The Assessment data is available.
Mr. Zabihullah Babur
Mr. Zabihullah Babur Son of Abuld Hamid was born on 1359 – 1980s in Maimana city of Faryab province of Afghanistan. He was accomplished baccalaureate certificate between 1980 – 2001 from Khurasan high school in Maiman city.
Mr. Babur is elected on 19 January 2011 as the managing director of the Wahdat Rehabilitation and Development Organization for Afghan Women [WRDOAW] on his first five-year term by the WRDOAW governing body.
Mr. Babur held the position of Office Manager with the ULEAD Consulting And Management Services – UCMS LL in Mazar-e-sharif for the period of April 2009 to December 2010. For the period of July 2005 to February 2009, Mr. Babur worked as the Procurement and Logistic Manager in construction projects of Asree Nawin Construction Company – ANCC in Northern provinces of Afghanistan. Prior to this, he served as the Office Manager with the Masoodi Association Services – MAS in rehabilitation and reconstruction projects between the April 2002 – June 2005, in Mazar-e-sharif, Jawzjan and Faryab provinces. As the career development, Mr.
During a long term career at the national – international organizations and the private construction companies, Mr. Babur was passed a managerial administrative missions on the small and medium complex projects including infrastructure development and humanitarian aid programs, with a record of strengthening bilateral relationships.
Through his career assignments in Afghanistan facing significant development movements, he has acquired a deep understanding and knowledge of the multiple factors affecting national violence, none-stability, migration, internal displacement, vulnerability and disabilities in all forms.
Mr. Babur learned some knowledge of computer skills and speaking languages. He speaks fluent Uzbek and Dari, and well Pashto and English.