Three Days International Heritage organized in collaboration with Prince Claus Fund (PCF), Gerda Henkel Foundation (GHF), Heritage Foundation (HF),Spiritual Chords (SC) and Pakistan Council of Architects and Town Planners (PCATP) concluded on 27th October 2018. The workshop was conducted at ZC3, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, near World Heritage Makli Site. On 24th October, the audience was composed of international and national experts, public representatives, high level government officials, eminent architects, university students from Sindh and Baluchistan along with their faculty, and community members including women and a large number of media representatives, many of whom had come to Karachi. On 27th in addition to those who attended on 24th October, several distinguished diplomats also attended.
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Amongst the ten finalists of 2018 World Habitat Awards, is the Heritage Foundation of Pakistan, chosen from over 200 projects, from over 80 countries around the globe, for initiatives focusing on Zero Carbon, Earthen Stoves for community women in various villages within Sindh, Pakistan.
On the 11th of November, World Habitat Awards Consideration Committee 2018, BSHF (Building, Social Housing Foundation) team, Director, Mr. David Ireland along Ms Celeste visited HF’s head office in Karachi for a meeting with the CEO, Ar. Yasmeen Lari, followed by a 2 day visit to HF’s Chuhla-villages in Mirpurkhas and Omer Kot accompanied by HF CEO and Project Manager, Naheem Shah.
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We are proud to announce that Ms. Yasmeen Lari has been presented with prestigious Woman in Sustainability Leadership Award 2018 (WSLA) from Green Building & Design Magazine, Chicago,IL,USA.
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A three days international heritage workshop held to highlight the importance of historical monuments and culture concluded in Makli Goth on Saturday October 27,2018
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A visit was made by Ambassador Dr. Martin Kobler to the tomb
of Munir Maghfouri, earlier known as the Unknown Tomb, located
at the eastern edge of the Makli Necropolis World Heritage
Site. Earlier Dr. Kobler had addressed the gathering of diplomats
from US and Germany, high government officials including Director
General Archaeology, GoS, Commissioner Hyderabad and
Deputy Commissioner Thatta, university students and faculty from
Sindh and Balochistan, civil society organizations, the media and
community members gathered to attend the Heritage International
Workshop 24-27th October 2018. The Workshop was organized in
connection with CER-NET (Cultural Emergency Response, Prince
Claus Fund, Network) with two partners: The Daw’an Mud Brick
Architecture Foundation and Heritage Foundation of Pakistan.
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