Brief Biography of Mrs. Masooma Khawari; Minister of Communications and Information Technology
Masooma Khawari, the daughter of Mr. Juma Khan, was born in 1985 in an educated and religious family in the Dara-e-Suf upper district of Samangan province.
She completed her primary education up to high school in migration and away from home. And studied the Turkish language at Ghazi University in Turkey in 2005 and successfully graduated.
Mrs. Khawari, graduated from Ankara University, laboratory of Medical Sciences 2008. She received her bachelor's degree in law and political science from Payame Noor University Kabul in 2019. And is currently continuing a master's degree in management. She is fluent in national languages and Turkish.
After completing her studies acquiring sciences, she returned to the country to serve her homeland and people. Mrs. Khavari served as the elected representative of the people of Samangan province in the Afghan Parliament 2010-2016.
She recorded the honor of serving the country and the people in her record.
Meanwhile, she was a member and secretary of the “Commission for Justice and Administrative Affairs, Administrative Reform and Combating Administrative and Moral Corruption” in the parliament.
In addition to an honest representation of the people in parliament, she has been a member of the commission on human rights, civil society, and women’s affairs.
In 2013, Mrs. Khawari also worked as an advisor to the esteemed executive directorate of the National Unity Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
In 2019, she was consulting the esteemed office of the Executive Directorate of the National Unity Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
Serving honestly to the people and the homeland has been one of the long-standing aspirations of Mrs. Khawari.
Her work experience shows that commitment and perseverance, fighting corruption, creativity, and determination in work are her personal characteristics.