Afghans for Afghanistan's Development (AFAD) Organization

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Enabling Afghans

Moheb A. Jabarkhail founded Afghans for Afghanistan's Development (AFAD) Organization in 2009 and serves as the Executive Director. 

An established young Afghan leader, Moheb was born in Afghanistan, raised in Pakistan as an Afghan refugee, and educated in the United States as a Fulbright scholar and in Germany as a DAAD scholar.   He holds a BA in Economics jointly from Bard College and Kabul University, and a Masters in Public Policy and Governance from the Willy Brandt School at the University of Erfurt. 

Moheb has a thorough knowledge of the Afghan society and the development challenges there. With the right support, he believes Afghans can solve their problems and can create a just, peaceful and democratic society.  He has established AFAD to be that platform in which Afghans can plan and execute programs for the development of the Afghan people in Afghanistan.     

Utilizing his extensive experience of working with the Government of Afghanistan, the United Nations, the USAID and State Department programs in Afghanistan, Moheb leads AFAD with passion and dedication.  He resides in the United States and travels to Afghanistan frequently.  Moheb can converse fluently in Pashto, Dari/Farsi, English and Urdu languages.



Who Founded AFAD?


Moheb A. Jabarkhail

Founder and Director