He was born in 1920 in SulaymaniyahSulaymaniyah
. He completed his primary education in his hometown and went to Baghdad to attend the Rural Teachers' House School.
He graduated from Rostamiya in the summer of 1940 and was appointed a primary school teacher in Sulaymaniyah province in October of the same year.
He taught for several years in the villages of Hawraman and Halabja, behind Mount Soordash in Qamchugha and other villages. During this time he developed a new alphabet for teaching Kurdish language. He sent the manuscript to the Sulaimani Education Directorate, where it was approved by an expert committee and sent to the Ministry of Education in Baghdad. Experts in Baghdad and UNESCO approve it, and then entrusted him with publication.
Before the publication of the new alphabet was completed, Baldar moved to Erbil in 1950 and taught the new alphabet in Erbil, which is taught in the sentence way, rather than relying on the sound of letters and single words, which is a very teachable way.
Ibrahim Baldar wanted to complete his higher education, so with great effort he passed the general examination of high school and was admitted to the College of Commerce and Economics at Baghdad University. He received a bachelor's degree and tried to go to the United States. In the early 1960s, he received a master's degree in education from San Francisco College in the United States and returned to Baghdad.
After the opening of Sulaymaniyan University and his return from the United States, Baldar was appointed a lecturer in the College of Literature at the university. When the university was moved to Erbil and renamed Salahaddin University, he taught in the College of Literature - Kurdish Department for a while.
He then went to Baghdad to teach at Mustansiriyah University until his death in his home on 11-07-199811-07-1998
. His body was taken back to Sulaymaniyah and buried in the cemetery of Saywan Hill.