|Name Adib Fahim|
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Adib Fahim is the eldest son of the former Afghan Vice President Mohammad Fahim. Following the death of his father in March 2014, Adib Fahim was appointed as his father’s successor in the social arena at a ceremony held in Afghanistan's Presidential Palace.
Adib Fahim was born in the late 1980s. He grew up in Afghanistan during the Afghan Jihad. Later on he received a B.A. in International Relations from the American University of Sharjah and a Masters in Public Administration and Policy from New York University. In 2010, Adib Fahim worked with a group of consultants who were assigned by the United Nations Development Programme and the Egyptian Ministry of Local Development to study decentralization planning and program in Egypt.
Adib Fahim served in Afghanistan’s Office of National Security Council and as a diplomat in Afghanistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.