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* The existing training centres should be equipped with new tools of technology on different fields like: new styles and trends in Kashmiri embroidery, Kashmiri handicrafts, Namda, Gabba, growing vegetables, dairy, poultry, better livestock breeds, bee-keeping, aquaculture and managing small businesses.
NAMDA, for example, was established by doctors and dentists opposed to the Medical and Dental Associations of South Africa that played apartheid collaborationist roles.
The Case for a National Health Service: A Series of Lectures Organised by the Department of Adult Education and Extra Mural Studies, University of Cape Town and NAMDA. (Cape Town: University of Cape Town, 1989); "Summit Meeting: The Future of Academic Medicine in South Africa," South African Medical Journal, MASA News 77, no.
Kashmiri artisans specialising in papier-mASche, embroidery, namda, gabba and jewellery were featured in special programmes, and Lok Virsa was decorated with banners expressing support for the cause.
"The famous crafts documented and projected here included papier mache, Kashmiri embroidery, gabba, namda, Kashmiri shawl, miniature, brass and metal works", he added.
Deep political divisions followed Biko's death in detention, leading to the formation of an opposition group, the National Medical and Dental Association (NAMDA) and the formation of further groups with differing interests.
Kashmiri Artisans-at-Work will be a special exhibition of Artisans-at-work featuring Kashmiri master artisans in different specialized craft fields like papier mache, embroidery, namda, gabba, jewellery, weaving, etc.
Kashmiri Artisans showcased their work in different crafts such as papier mache, embroidery, namda, gabba, and jewellery.
Special programmes organized on the occasion at Lok Virsa included 'Kashmiri Artisans at work' featuring Kashmiri master artisans in different specialized craft fields like papier mache, embroidery, namda, gabba, jewellery, etc.
The crafts on display are embroidery (including Multani, Bahawalpur, Hazara, Swat, Balochi and Sindhi embroidery) block printing, lacquer work, Khussa making, pottery, tie and dye, doll making, khaddar weaving, truck art, wood carving, wood work, papier mache, namda and gabba, metal work, Shawl weaving, zari work, motikari, traditional carpets, blue pottery, Ajrak, wax printing, stone work, wooden spoon making, pattu weaving and many others.
A display-cum-sale of about eight crafts from Malka-e-Kohsar (queen of hills) included basketry, sticks manufacturing, gabba making, namda making, embroidery, woodcarving, papier mache, animal skin crafts were arranged to mark the occasion.