Habib Ur Rehman Mayar

g7+ Secretariat

Mr. Habib Ur Rehman Mayer is Deupty General Secretary of the g7+ Secretariat based in Dili, Timor-Leste. He has served in the Secretariat since 2013 and has advocated for promoting peace and stability in g7+ countries through better engagement. He has engaged in policy discourse with multi-laterals and bilateral donors to galvanize effective support for conflict affected countries.

Prior to that, he was Head of the Aid Coordination unit in the Ministry of Finance, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. The department served as Government's focal point for donors to ensure coordination of development aid for effective implementation. He represented the government in the negotitiations of aid programs with the development partners and advised the Minister of Finance and other Govt. officials on related matters.

Having worked in the area of aid management since 2008, he was invovled in discussions in monitioring and evaluation of the Paris Declaration, Accra Agenda for Action and the Busan Partnership, and participated in the negotiations on the New Deal for Engagment in Fragile States. He has contributed to the national and global discussions and fora on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding, and aid effectiveness.

Like many Afghans who fled Afghanistan durng the Russian ocupation in 1980s, he grew up in a refugees camp in Pakistan. He completed his Master degree in Business Administration from Baluchistan University of IT and Management Sciences.

Influencing Local Peacebuilding Policies through Polylateral Political Dialogues – The Case of Sierra Leone

Virtual Session 24Relate

How are polylateral partnerships best structured to ensure an inclusive and resilient peacebuilding response to the tensions due to COVID-19? The IDPS response to C-19 - jointly improving national cohesion and sustainable peace.

Mr. Habib Ur Rehman Mayer is Deupty General Secretary of the g7+ Secretariat based in Dili, Timor-Leste. He has served in the Secretariat since 2013 and has advocated for promoting peace and stability in g7+ countries through better engagement. He has engaged in policy discourse with multi-laterals and bilateral donors to galvanize effective support for conflict affected countries.

Prior to that, he was Head of the Aid Coordination unit in the Ministry of Finance, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. The department served as Government's focal point for donors to ensure coordination of development aid for effective implementation. He represented the government in the negotitiations of aid programs with the development partners and advised the Minister of Finance and other Govt. officials on related matters.

Having worked in the area of aid management since 2008, he was invovled in discussions in monitioring and evaluation of the Paris Declaration, Accra Agenda for Action and the Busan Partnership, and participated in the negotiations on the New Deal for Engagment in Fragile States. He has contributed to the national and global discussions and fora on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding, and aid effectiveness.

Like many Afghans who fled Afghanistan durng the Russian ocupation in 1980s, he grew up in a refugees camp in Pakistan. He completed his Master degree in Business Administration from Baluchistan University of IT and Management Sciences.

Influencing Local Peacebuilding Policies through Polylateral Political Dialogues – The Case of Sierra Leone

Virtual Session 24Relate

How are polylateral partnerships best structured to ensure an inclusive and resilient peacebuilding response to the tensions due to COVID-19? The IDPS response to C-19 - jointly improving national cohesion and sustainable peace.

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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