AKCSPAga Khan Cultural Service in Pakistan
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The government of Norway jointly funded the restoration of the hammam with the WCLA, and the project was implemented and completed by AKCSP in cooperation with the WCLA.
The AKCSP won its first international award after it restored the historic Baltit Fort in 1996.
"It is one of the main reasons for the Lahore Fort to be listed as a World Heritage Site (WHS) by UNESCO in 1981."A representative of AKCSP said the sequence of developments during different reigns was visible through the progressive variations in the iconography of the Picture Wall's facade.
According to the spokesperson, the WCLA Director Kamran Lashari termed it a big initiative in which AKCSP had helped WCLA with their expertise and technicalities.
"All such constructions will be removed whereas the old ones, after being restored, would add a unique feature to the Wazir Khan Square which was recently conserved by WCLA and AKCSP.
The objective of this collaboration with the AKCSP aims at encouraging skill development of the young population and artistic expressions to promote diversity and sustainable development, which is one of the major components of the French cultural cooperation in Pakistan.
The case studies include heritage hospitality sites in India, and in particular, the recently completed conservation of Fort Palaces in Gilgit-Baltistan (Northern Pakistan) by the Agha Khan Cultural Services-Pakistan (AKCSP).
17.0 million) to the Aga Khan Cultural Service Pakistan (AKCSP) for environmental sanitation and water supply projects in Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan.
17.0 million) to the Aga Khan Cultural Service Pakistan (AKCSP) for the Environmental Sanitation and Water Supply Projects in Hunza, Gilgit-Baltistan.
ISLAMABAD, June 22, 2010 (Frontier Star): An agreement has been signed between the German Embassy Islamabad and the Aga Khan Cultural Service Pakistan (AKCSP) regarding the rehabilitation of historic homes in the Walled City of Lahore.
The school is the result of a visionary community leadership of Shigar Town Management and Development Society, technical expertise of Aga Khan Cultural Services Pakistan (AKCSP) and management support of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).
The meeting was chaired by Naimatullah Khan, Senior Member, NDMA while Suresh Lodhi, Professor, NED Karachi, Mr Qaisar Ali, UET Peshawar, Salman Beg, AKCSP, Ms Yasmin Lehri, Heritage Foundation, Ms Shama Usman, PCATP and representatives from UN Agencies and research institutions participated in the meeting.