Fazel Ahmad is the President and Chairman of the National Teacher Elected Council of Afghanistan.
In 1977, he graduated from Said Jamaluddin's Teacher Training College and started working as a teacher soon after. During the Soviet occupation, he migrated to Pakistan, where he worked for a non-governmental organization “Solidarities Afghanistan” for three years as a project manager. In 2002, he returned to Afghanistan and resumed working as a teacher. As a founding member, Mr. Fazel became the first elected President of the Council in 2013 and has been re-elected twice since then.
He is a father of 8 children and loves serving his profession with honesty and dedication.
Written by Fazel Ahmad
During the last four decades, Afghanistan has witnessed a series of destructive wars, and it is a fact that war causes deaths, destroys infrastructures, and severely impacts various aspects of people's lives. Throughout these times, Afghan teachers have always served the youth of the country, with honesty and dedication.The unseen struggle and challenges of Afghan teachers