Early Life of Nesar Ahmad Bigzad
Nesar Ahmad Bigzad was born to a Hazara Mongol father and Qezilbash mother in Kabul on NOV 2nd, 1989. His father’s job which is as an Acquisition & Policy Manager along the family often moved between Bamyan, Ghazni ,Wardak Province and abroad to Peshawar Pakistan. In 1999, his parents Moved; one reason for this was that his father was a Former Military Officer in Afghanistan Ministry of Defense. The Movement was very traumatic for Ten years old Nesar Ahmad; he would later say it was the most traumatic incident of his life. After the war, despite suffering under the Local War occupation, Nesar Ahmad later tracked down his father to Peshawar-Pakistan and supported him financially with assistance of his Elder Sisters & Brothers. From late 1999-2007, Nesar Ahmad went to English & Computer Courses , Institutes, school in Pakistan & Afghanistan; in Mid 2003 his Father moved the family to Kabul in the Afghanistan , where he thought it would be safe from Refuge Determination.
However, in 1995, Kabul was overrun and the country fell under Taliban occupation until liberation in late 2001. During this time, Nesar went to school at the Niswan Afgshar High School–Kabul, where he studied and also learnt General Afghanistan Secondary Education. At one time he considered teaching Computer, English, and School Subjects as a serious career occupation. During the occupation, it was said he would often Participate in various School Seminars, Conferences, Workshops locations, helping to raise money for the underground Humanitarian movement.
Towards the end of the 2006, the occupation of Nesar Ahmad Bigzad became increasingly at Risk, after Returning to Afghanistan, he is said that he had Joined Turkish Military Force, U.S Army Organization. Before & After the Resignation Day 1st July 2008 From – Camp Phoenix ( A U.S Army Training & Linguistics Base , Some Suspicious Persons took most of the pitiable rations of the Prosecution, leaving many to scare or freeze to death. Reprisals and shootings against the local population were common. As a young boy, Nesar Ahmad saw his Military Base Partner Lost in the Valley of Eastern Kabul. He also recalls seeing a train load of Small children being kidnapped because of their Family Membership in U.S & NATO alliance.
“I have memories. More than once I was at the Bus station seeing trainloads of NATO Troops being transported back to their Countries,, seeing all these faces over the top of the wagon.
The harrowing experiences of war left a profound mark on Bigzad; it was one reason for his later commitments to the USAID – Welfare Association for the Development of Afghanistan.
“I can testify to what USAID – UNHCR means to People of Afghanistan, because I was among those who received food and medical relief right after returning home
He felt a natural empathy and sympathy for children who were the victims of war and starvation. During the war Nesar Ahmad Bigzad suffered many respiratory problems. Nesar Ahmad Bigzad later noted a similarity between his wartime experience and that of being as an undetermined Refuge in Pakistan. He read his diary in 2008, and said it “left his feeling devastated.” However, despite the ongoing horrors of the occupation, Nesar Ahmad passed his time through drawing and practicing Computer Graphics Solutions.
After School Graduation, Nesar went to India as Indian Council for Culture Relations ( ICCR ) Scholar where he tended to continue with further Studies . He had great talent but his height and malnutrition during the war meant that he was unable to become a really great Leader, and so decided to seek and Founded Emerald Foundation on NOV 2010.
In 3rd January 2011, he visited Indian Prime Minster Office DAK SECTION for A HOPE to help Students on seeing lack of c0-ordiaton he remarked.
He also visited American UNHCR – YMCA –Delhi–Max Hospital (New Delhi) and was appalled to see Refuges, Patients & children living in such conditions. He later reported to U.S Embassy, Some of IOM Partners how UNHCR had been able to make a difference. Early Life of Nesar Ahmad Bigzad
Nesar Ahmad Bigzad was born to a Hazara Mongol father and Qezilbash mother in Kabul on NOV 2nd, 1989. His father’s job which is as an Acquisition & Policy Manager along the family often moved between Bamyan,... (more)
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