Ramazan Jumazada was born in the Bamyan Province of Afghanistan in 1978. Accepted at the Medical Collage of Balkh University in 1995, he had to leave for Pakistan in 1995, when Mazar-i-Sharif City was occupied by the Taliban.
In Pakistan, Ramazan Jumazada followed lessons in business and information technology. He also taught at the Aga Khan School and was an active member of the Regional Advisory Committee of the Aga Khan Education Program for Pakistan. Furthermore, Ramazan Jumazada served as the deputy of the Afghan Rehabilitation Program (ARP), which was affiliated to the Aga Khan Regional Council for Pakistan.
After the collapse of the Taliban Regime in 2001 he returned back to Afghanistan. From 2002 to 2005 he was appointed by His Highness the Aga Khan as member of the National Council for the Economic Portfolio in Afghanistan. From 2007 to 2010 he served as Board Member of the Focus Humanitarian Assistance for Afghanistan, an affiliate of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).
In 2005, Ramazan Jumazada joined the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) – an affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce – as Program Manager and then Program Director.
After joining Chemonics, an international development company, as trade specialist in 2008, he started his own business as foodstuff supply chain to big supermarkets and international organizations.
In 2010 Ramazan Jumazada ran for parliamentary elections as a candidate from the Kabul Province and he has been Member of the National Assembly of Afghanistan (Wolesi Jirga) since then