eap viagra'>cheap viagra
eap viagra'>cheap viagra
viagra online pharmacy>Sunday, 20th November 2011 | 6:30 pm at T2F, Karachi. Nestled at the foot of the Himalayas is the village of Siankhor in Shigar Valley, Baltistan. This tiny village is home to the Abruzzi Higher Secondary School. The garden, designed with the ideas of the school’s children, acts as a hands-on teaching tool and experiential space for science, art, mathematics, language, sports and environmental education.
Join us at T2F this Sunday to learn about the story of this unique teaching
project in the mountains of Pakistan.
ruzzi-School-Garden-1024×900.jpg” alt=”” width=”584″
The Abruzzi Higher Secondary
your ex”>how to win back your ex
School in Siankhor, Shigar, Baltistan, held a 'show and tell' event celebrating their unique teaching garden on October 3, 2011. Parents,
teachers, schoolchildren, the principal and guests from as far as Skardu were in attendance. The garden was designed by the local community and the children themselves and it is they who are looking after it as well. Click on the image to see coverage on Huriyat News Channel.
Kaukab Jhumra Smith in DAWN Sunday Magazine:
It was a diverse crowd, from older Pakistani expats to young Washington professionals, in attendance
at Looking at the other, the first in a series at Goethe Institut, Washington, tha
t aims to extend cultural understanding through film. text your ex back
back”>get ex back
g/watchfilm/a_garden_in_shigar/”>A Garden in Shigar, by Mahera Omar, the evening’s final film, told the story of five young women in Baltistan who interned with a Pakistani-American expert to design a community garden for their local school. The film shows them slowly blooming from shy students into confident women who want to work outside the home on community development.
order cheap cialis onlinewidth=”150″ height=”150″ />The following is a brief summary of activities that we've conducted with the students of the Abruzzi school during the two and a half weeks that Ibtesam and myself have been in Shigar. With little time to adjust ourselves – we got right down to business. Continue reading
Benedict Bull in the book Karakoram: Hidden Treasures in the Northern Areas of Pakistan
gnleft size-thumbnail wp-image-961″ title=”shigar” src=”http://www.abruzzischoolgarden.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/shigar-150×150.jpg” alt=”” width=”150″ height=”150″ />Shigar, like other regions of the Northern Areas of Pakistan, has a specialised and strong horticultural tradition. Its cultivated land lies in a most sophisticated and extensive irrigation network. The Shigar Fort Residence project conducted by the Aga Khan Cultural Service-Pakistan (AKCS-P) has had to find imaginative solutions to the perennial problems surrounding gardens and their neighbourhoods by addressing issues of public access and private use, cultural identity, environmental health and improvement, and developing conservation norms and practices.
June 2011: Back in Shigar a year and a half later, Tahereh Sheerazie is on her way to visit Nusrat, one of the interns who was part of the or
iginal teaching garden design team. Although Nusrat knows Tahereh is back in town, she has no idea she's just about to run into her guide and mentor around the corner.
Anwar Ali the newly hired point man (munshi) incharge of getting work done, began breaking ground at 7am this morning..4 men labrores from Siankhor village and himself as supervisor, starting with breaking down an ill placed stage in the middle of the ground…except there wasn't a wheel barrow in sight to move things around when i showed up at 10 am. Continue reading
One day in Shigar, after the Dasktaari school in Markunja village, where Aunty T picked up one of her quilts from, we hitched a ride on a tractor and headed to Zakia and Sajida's, two of the ex-interns who had worked on the garden project two years ago.