Mrs. Frishta Anwari
2. Previous Functions:
Teacher at the Abdul Qasim Ferdawsi High School (2001-2002)
Administrative officer at the Afghan/German Help Coordination Office (AGHCO) (2002-2003) , Administrative and financial officer for the Development of Humanitarian Services for Afghanistan (DHSA) (2003-2004)
Human resources director at ADA (2004-2006)
Chief of staff for the Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) in Kabul (2006-2010)
Wolesi Jirga Member 2010 MP MNA Nangahar
Frishta Anwari Farishta Anwari, daughter of Abdul Qader, was born in 1977 in the Shahahid area of Kabul city. Anwari graduated from the Bakhtar High School in Balkh province in 1995. She received her fourteenth class certificate from Said Jamaluddin Teacher Training Institute in Kabul in 2003. She also has a degree in Business Administration from Kardan University in Kabul, which she completed in 2006.
(Other source: She went to Umhata Momenen School 1994. She studied literature and law at Kabul University and finished in 2010. She attended serveral ISAF local governance meetings as a recorder.)
Anwari has a brother, Abdul Habib Anwari, who lives in Kabul an works for AWCC.
Her husband was shot dead by unidentified gunmen on the Kabul-Jalalabad highway in eastern Laghman province.( 20110607)
Commission (2012): International Affairs
Late 20130127 evening a number of unknown gunmen opened fire on lawmaker Frishta Anwari. She survived the attack however one of his security guard was critically injured following the attack.
There are six Wolesi Jirga Members whose active membership in the parliament was to be put on hold for two month because absenteeism of 21 days. Lawmakers suspended are the following: Amanullah Guzar from Kabul, Farishta Anwari from Nangahar, Muhammad Ishaaq Rahguzar from Balkh, Ezatullah Atif from Kabul, Faridoon Momand from Nangarhar, and Alam Khan Azadi from Balkh.(20160531)
Wolesi Jirga suspended MP Ahmad Behzad, MP Parvin Durani, MP Fareshta Anwari, and MP Bashir Ahmad Tahyanj. The four lawmakers had failed to attend the parliament sessions since the past twenty days.(20170412)
She is married, has four children.
Anwari speaks Pashtu, Dari and English.