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Hunza women pursuing skills in wood carving

Hunza women pursuing skills in wood carving

Gilgit: A batch of thirty trainees, 26 women and 4 men, completed first month of training at wood carving center in Karimabad, Hunza. The training has been designed to provide marketable skills to young women as a tool to get social and economic empowerment. Most of the trainees have managed...

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Photography should always be a passion closer to an obsession, Rizwan Karim, Co-Founder Hi-Rays Production

Photography should always be a passion closer to an obsession, Rizwan Karim, Co-Founder Hi-Rays Production

Romi Qayyum Mr. Rizwan Karim, hailing from Hussainabad Hunza, is a young entrepreneur who started Hi-Rays Production way back to January 2014 with his other partners Mr.Hasnain Iqbal CEO, Mr.Barkat Ali Shah Director Marketing and Mr. Noman Karim Director of Production. Mr. Rizwan Karim is residing in Karachi for several years...

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Reviving Hunza Traditional Music

Reviving Hunza Traditional Music

Hunza, December 16: In an attempt to empower people through active participation in art and culture activities, Hunza Traditional Music School successfully completed training of 25 youth in traditional instruments of Rubab & Xegini. Meanwhile the second batch of trainees have started two-month training on traditional instruments Dhool, Damama and...

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Training session on communication skills held in Kashrote, Gilgit

Training session on communication skills held in Kashrote, Gilgit

Gilgit: Publishing Extension Network-PEN in collaboration with AKRSP and Tameer Akhlaq Educational & Welfare organization organized a one day workshop on Communication Skills at Kashrote on 16th December. 30 female young teachers of different local schools, young students and social activists participated in the event. Mr. Ejaz Ahmed Khan from...

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Frequent floods intensify migration, food security in Pakistan’s mountainous north

Frequent floods intensify migration, food security in Pakistan’s mountainous north

 By Saleem Shaikh Ghizer, Pakistan: Body of Ishaq Khan shivers when he recounts an unfortunate flash flood in 2010, which buried his maize and potato crop with mud and washed away over a dozen fruit trees he planted 45 years ago. Though the 68-year-old farmer has managed to rebuild his...

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