Deputy of the organization

Ms. Khadija Ahmadi was born in Afghanistan in 1986.She earned a Master’s degree in Urban Planning.
Ms. Ahmadi has worked in several urban development roles in government and with different international organizations in Afghanistan. She served for five years with the UN in Afghanistan. While working as urban planning officer with UN-Habitat, she was involved in strategy municipality action planning, a participatory community-based development approach under the City for All national programme. She was former Mayor of Nili, in Afghanistan, As mayor, she has focused on participatory planning and increasing municipal revenue through partnerships with the private sector and community participation. She believed that Municipalism cannot succeed without the presence of women at the leadership level. Girls' access to education and a proper urban environment to have an inclusive city have been one of her priorities. She also supported the creation of women and child friendly urban spaces in Nili,. She has been recognized as one of the ten most effective women in Afghanistan in 2019 by UNITED NATION in Afghanistan, and the recipient of Premio Ones Meditarrania Award for defending women's rights in Spain.