Eng Assadullah Nuristani established his own Construction Company ABCAC in 2006 just after graduating from Kabul Polytechnic University in Kabul.Read More
Eng Assadullah Nuristani established his own Construction Company ABCAC in 2006 just after graduating from Kabul Polytechnic University in Kabul. His was able design and construct several projects for US Government and Afghan Government in different parts of Afghanistan.
He has established a Logistic Company Afghanergy in 20011 and right now his company doing a challenging logistics to Nuristan contract for Nuristan Police Department. He has been a significant supporter to the Founder of Plant for Peace, Mr. James Brett in Afghanistan from the beginning of the Plant for Peace idea.
Since 2012 he has the honor to volunteer himself as a Country Director of Plant for Peace Afghanistan
Minister of Counter Narcotics, Afghanistan 2007 – 2010.
Deputy Minister of Counter Narcotics, Afghanistan 2004 -2007.
Minister of National Security, Afghanistan 1992.
Head of Peace Reconciliation and Re-integration in Central provinces of Afghanistan between Mujahideen and pro-Russian government, 1987 -1990.
Operation Commander in Central Afghanistan and held high position in the Afghan MoD, 1984 – 1992.
His earliest professional experience was in agriculture as manager, Grape and Dry Fruit cooperatives, Ministry of Agriculture Kabul, Afghanistan, where he managed 20 Agricultural cooperatives with 2,000 producers participating in Shamaly Province, Kabul, Afghanistan.Read More
He was born March 3rd 1954 as the son of Dr. Payenda Mohammad. He is married and has five children. After completing his education in Agricultural Economics at Kabul University Afghanistan, he followed several degree courses in Switzerland and the USA. His objective is to be a member of a well –disciplined dynamic and competent organization, where he can prove himself as an enthusiastic, outgoing, and energetic career oriented individual.
His earliest professional experience was in agriculture as manager, Grape and Dry Fruit cooperatives, Ministry of Agriculture Kabul, Afghanistan, where he managed 20 Agricultural cooperatives with 2,000 producers participating in Shamaly Province, Kabul, Afghanistan. He also worked as Instructor of Economics and marketing at the Higher Agricultural Institute Kabul, Afghanistan. He, then, worked as president of the Raisin and Dried Fruit Export Promotion Council Kabul, Afghanistan.
From 1996 until 2001 he worked for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Kabul, Afghanistan, where he served in several capacities including air operations coordinator for passenger and cargo, Field Officer, and Head of the purchasing for logistics department. His final position was as department head and chief interlocutor for the logistic department.
He then returned to the Raisin and Dried Fruit Export Promotion Council Kabul, Afghanistan as president. After two years, he moved on to become president of Export Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and industries Kabul, Afghanistan. His main responsibilities were to manage and coordinate 200 Staff from all Export departments in Afghanistan, provide training and expertise to over 300 producers, processors and exporters throughout the country, develop training targeted to improve production, packaging, quality, standards and laboratory analysis, develop networks with international community to strengthen export promotion efforts for Afghani producers, and lead trade missions.
Currently, he works for the Ministry of Commerce and Industries as Advisor for Exhibition and Export to the Ministry of commerce and industries.
He has published numerous journal articles on Agriculture and Economic issues particularly in the area of export and standards. He also attended numerous conferences and professional meetings, and he is an active member of the International Standards organization Geneva, Switzerland, the Afghan-American working group with ministry of Commerce and US Department of Commerce, and the Afghan-UK working group on Chambers of Commerce.
He was responsible for the poppy reduction program and soon after Nangarhar developed from a province with a high poppy cultivation to a “poppy free zone” and successfully promoted the disarmament of illegal groups.Read More
Masood Azizi, born in Kandahar/Afghanistan, started his political career in 2004 when he became a special assistant to the Governor of Kandahar Gul Agha Sherzai. The good results of his work led to a promotion as Chief of Staff of Nangarhar Province by the Afghan President where he represented the province on a national as well on an international level. He was responsible for the poppy reduction program and soon after Nangarhar developed from a province with a high poppy cultivation to a “poppy free zone” and successfully promoted the disarmament of illegal groups. Mr. Azizi was awarded a hero medal by the Afghan President for his job regarding poppy cultivation in 2008. He was also able to reduce the gap between the local community and the Afghan government and built an environment of trust between them. Without doubt his good performance in his job made him a target for insurgents.
Additionally, he worked with the central Afghan government, and NATO commanders in Afghanistan for instance with General Petreaus and General McChrystal. During meetings in Europe and the USA he also met many Western politicians – among others US President Obama and George W. Bush junior. Mr. Azizi, holds a BA in Law and a Master of Arts in International Relations from a British University. He has also attended many workshops related to his work, for example about leadership and local governance, media and management.
Besides that Mr. Azizi is hard working, punctual, contributed and has leadership skills. He is fluent in following languages: Pashto, Dari, English and Urdo.