DEPUTY MINISTRY OF SUPPORT

Biography Deputy Minister of Support
Mohammad Hameed Tahmasi son of Juma khan has burn in 1979 in a religious and intellectual family in in the Chaghto District of Ghazni.

His father was one of the ethnic, political leader and a sink person; and he did great services regarding on education and culture in the society.

Mr. Tahmasi graduated on 1994 from the Abdul Ghafoor High School of Ghazni province, and on 2005 he graduated on from the Law and Political affairs of Kabul University, and on 2014 he graduated from the Penalty and Criminology of the Kateb University.

Mr. Tahmasi between on 2011 and 2012 in the Bakhter University reached the Law Crime, Principles of Criminology and Trail Crime, and on the same time he teaches Trail Crime Principles in the Law center of Kabul University. And after than on 2012 he had responsibility teaching of Criminology, Principles Crime research and Trail Crime in the Mashal University.

Mr. Tahmasi from 2014 to 2016 did job as Director of Audit in the Administrative Affairs General Directorate of Afghanistan Republic Executive.

Mr. Tahmasi did job from 2010 to 2013 as a Legal Human Recourses Advisor in the Independent Directorate of Local Government (IDLG) United Nations Local Government Program.

Mr Tahmasi from 2007 to 2008 as legal officer and law Sovereignty did job in UNAMA.

Mr. Tahmasi from 2006 to 2008 did job part time in as a legal Advisor Norway organization party for immigration.
Mr. Tahmasi from 2005 to 2007 did job as

investigator, prosecutor attorney, judge track, appeal prosecutor investigation officer of Kabul province.

Mr. Tahmasi based on the cultural activity in Kabul University he was responsible of student publication from 2002 to 2005.

Mr Tahmasi has wrote two investigation book such as children right according to national law view, international documents and violation evaluate law of children in Afghanistan and Iran International documents. As well as he wrote the many different legal topics and all of them published in internal press.

Mr. Tahmasi on October 2016 according Islamic Republic Afghanistan Decision selected as Deputy Minister Support of MoIA.
 

DEPUTY MINISTRY OF SUPPORT

The Deputy Ministry of Support is responsible for finance, procurement, logistics, and the management of facilities. It provides organizational infrastructure needed to ensure that the police function effectively.

Finance and Budget
The Finance and Budget Department is the central unit for financial services in the MoIA. The Department prepares the annual budget of the Ministry then submits it to the Ministry of Finance for allocation and integration into the overall budget of the Afghan government. After the budget is approved by Parliament and the President, and then circulated by the Ministry of Finance, financial allocation is provided on a monthly basis through a commission to the MoIA budgetary units.

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s national police are largely funded by the international community. Donated funds are put into the Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) and managed by the United Nations Development Programme  (UNDP). Most of the LOTFA funding pays police salaries, however funding for other police reform projects has also been made available. A steering committee chaired by the MoIA and composed by a representative from the Ministry of Finance, as well as representatives from the donor countries, oversees disbursement of the funds. The MoIA Finance and Budget Department is responsible for working with LOTFA to ensure that appropriate procedures are followed for the expenditure of the funds.

The Ministry of Interior Affairs implemented the following development projects in 1392 (2013-2014):

Seven firefighting buildings were built in Balkh, Kapisa, Sar-e-Pul, Farah, Parwan, Laghman and Takhar Provinces;
Fueling stations were built in Kabul, Nangarhar and Daikundi Provinces;

  • A Center to assist families of martyred and disabled police was built in Police Town in Kabul City;
  • Construction of six prisons began Bamyan, Logar, Samangan, Ghor, Wardak and Badakhshan Provinces;
  • A contract was signed to build a facility to produce Electronic ID Cards, (Tazkira) in Kabul, and construction was 30 percent completed;
  • Eleven fire stations were built in Kabul Province;
  • A building for the Special Forces was completed this year, and;
  • Thirty police checkpoints were constructed and established across the country.