AKTCAga Khan Trust for Culture
AKTCAutomatic Key Type Conversion (programming)
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AKTC has launched the Master-Apprentice (Ustod-Shogird) Music Training Programme, offering lessons to hundreds of students by master musicians in Kabul and Herat, as part of its plans to revive culture, heritage, art and music in Afghanistan, said Ajma Majwandi, a famous architect and Chief Executive Officer of the AKTC in Afghanistan.
This great wall of Lahore has gained a new life and I am grateful to the AKTC for their partnership and efforts in this conservation project.
We have an on-going partnership with AKTC for the Lahore Fort and Wazir Khan Mosque with a significant financial contribution from the Government of Punjab'.
The Government of Punjab was established a project management unit for this purpose and agreement has been signed with the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC).
For the last 19 years this mosque has been saved from our bureaucrats by the patient intervention of the AKTC, not to forget monetary contributions by the governments of Norway, Germany and in a small measure the USA.
The Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) brings with it decades of experience working with municipalities to promote planning, conservation and urban revitalisation in ways that can spur social, economic and cultural development.
Caption: The Al-Azhar Park in Cairo, Egypt (right) was built by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC).
The AKTC and WCLA are jointly holding the event, which would bring together national and international expertise from various disciplines including conservation, architecture, engineering, material sciences, history, archaeology, planning, anthropology, and heritage enthusiasts.
During the meeting, Minister Yazaji stressed that the most prominent priorities of the next stage are the restoration of the archeological sites in Aleppo and Palmyra and paying attention to the domains social development and completing the tourist projects with the AKTC.
Funded with 168 million [pounds sterling] from the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC), an agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), it provides a permanent home for the collection, highlights from which have been touring the world for several years.
The Sheikh brand (Dhaka) is the leading brand with other key brands being Star (BAT), Navy (Dhaka), John Player Gold Leaf (BAT) and Marise (AKTC).