Afghan Biographies

Ibrahimi, Nilofar Nilufar Dr.

Name Ibrahimi, Nilofar Nilufar Dr.
Ethnic backgr. Tajik
Date of birth 1976
Function/Grade Ex Wolesi Jirga Member 2018 MP MNA Badakhshan
History and Biodata

Dr. Nilofar Ibrahimi
Phone: 0707415300

2. Previous Functions:
Wolesi Jirga Member 2010 MP MNA Badakshan
Wolesi Jirga Member 2018 MP MNA Badakhshan

3. Biodata:
Ibrahimi_Dr_NilofarMrs. Nilofar Ibrahimi, daughter of Ibrahim Beg, was born 1976 in Kishem District, Badakhshan Province. Both her father and grandfather were lawmakers in the Meshrano Jirga, or Upper House of Parliament, during the reign of the King, Zahir Shah, and her family continues to be influential in the northeastern region.  Ibrahimi graduated from the Aaeda Beganji High School in Mazar-e-Sharif in 1991. She then went on to attain her bachelor’s degree in Medical Sciences from the Medical Faculty of Balkh University in 2003. Ibrahimi is an independent member of parliament. She belongs to the very influential Ibrahimi Clan in Northeastern Afghanistan.

She has worked with the Afghan NGO Care of Afghan Families (CAF), which provides medical services in Badakhshan province. After graduating from Balkh University in 2003, she worked as a doctor in the Rabia Balkhi Hospital in Kabul and later at the Kishem District Hospital, which is run by CAF.

She ran as a candidate in the 2010 Wolesi Jirga elections and collected 3,667 votes, coming in last place in a field of nine winning candidates. She won nearly all of her votes in the southwestern Kesham (1,621 votes), and Tagab (where she came in first place with 1,307 votes) Districts. Following the election she was referred to the Attorney General of Afghanistan (Special Court) for investigation into allegations of voting fraud. She was eventually confirmed as a one of the winners of the election.

She is in Commissions (2012): Health, Sports, Youth, Labor and Workers (Secretary, 2011 and 2012)

Acting Health minister Soraya Dalil has repeatedly spoken of the progress achieved since 2001, insisting that 80 per cent of the population have access to health services. Such claims are disputed by Nilofar Ibrahimi of the Afghan parliament’s health committee. “The minister’s statements are mendacious,” Ibrahimi said. “I come from Tagab district in Badakhshan province. The district has a population of 50,000, yet there’s only one nurse, one doctor, one pharmacist and one vaccine nurse in the district clinic. How can they provide for 50,000 people.”(20110819)

Niloofar Ibrahimi MP from Badakhshan, a number of the civil society members and university students went to hunger strike in support of MP Yasemin. Barakzai (Herat) (20111012).

Ibrahimi received 6,717 votes in Wolesi Jirga 2018 election and got a seat in WJ 2018.

She is married and has four children.

Ibrahimi speaks Dari and English.

Last Modified 2020-07-04
Established 2010-10-24