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Mrs. Rangina Kargar MP
Committee on National Economy, NGOs, Rural Development, Agriculture and Animal Husbandry
Mrs. Rangina Kargar who represents the people of the Faryab province in National Assembly of Afghanistan, Wolesi Jirga, has a long and impressive background as an advocate for women’s rights. Mrs. Kargar participated in numerous public awareness programs, focusing specifically on rural women and combating violence against women. In 2009, she lived in Andkhoy and worked as literacy teacher for rural women.
Mrs. Kargar was born in Qurona village, Saighan district of Baghlan province (currently related to Bameyan) in 1984. She completed her primary education at Sitara School in Mazar-e-Sharif, and then studied and completed her higher education in Finance at the Economics College of Balkh University in 2007.
During her time at Balkh University, Ms. Kargar assembled women’s groups. At the same time, she was in charge of finance at Noor Private School where she was teaching English.
Mrs. Kargar is married with one son. She speaks Dari, English, Uzbek and a little Pashtu.