PAKISTAN WATER WEEK 2023

International Conference & National Workshop on

TRANSFORMATIVE PATHWAYS FOR WATER AND FOOD SYSTEM IN A CLIMATE RESILIENT PAKISTAN

December 4th-8th, 2023

International Conference

(4th – 6th December , 2023)
Serena Hotel, Islamabad

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National Workshop & Exhibition

(7th – 8th December , 2023)
Pak-China Friendship Center Islamabad

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Water and Food systems are crucial for addressing problems of food insecurity, malnutrition, and diet related health problems. Adequate nourishment in terms of quantity and quality is necessary for healthy living life. Pakistan has consistently ranked among the top 10 most vulnerable countries on the Climate Risk Index during the last two decades. The impacts of climate change on the water are more pronounced than other resources evident as frequent drought and flooding significantly result in reduced water supply, increased water stress, and long-term impacts on the life cycles of water, energy, and food.
Other than water scarcity and drought due to frequent variations in extreme temperatures, the frequency of flash floods has increased in Pakistan. The most recent flash flooding occurred from June to August 2022, and affected 116 districts; 66 districts were declared completely ‘calamity hit’ with absolute loss of standing crops. Over 1200 people lost their lives and 1,343 people faced traumatic injuries during the last. Floods-2022 earmarked PKR 35 billion to aid flood-affected people for their survival and restoration of disrupted livelihoods. The recurrent drought and flood situation, groundwater depletion, inefficient water supply systems, and less crop per unit of water also result in low productivity of agricultural land due to increased costs of input and low prices of outputs. This situation ultimately turns the water resources management into a challenge creating water and food security crises and ultimately affects the ability of Government to progress the country’s economic development.

Pakistan being highly vulnerable to climate change requires key shift towards sustainable development talking strategic decisions for its natural resources. In this process, resilience thinking is highly required for providing sustainable and climate resilient water and food system to the nation. Therefore, a transformational (or cross-sectoral) approach to managing common resources could greatly enhance water, energy, and food security in the country. Adopting this approach, digital solutions are highly required for building the climate resilience and hazard management of the large farming community in Pakistan. In this regard, the implementation strategies to address Pakistan’s climate and water crisis are brainstorming with water researchers, policymakers, professionals, and the general public from around the country. In this connection, PCRWR and IWMI Pakistan office has set the foundations for organizing Pakistan water week annually in the year 2021.

PWW 2023 Goal
Sharing knowledge with the stakeholders, particularly mainstreaming youth and recognizing young water professionals by providing them an opportunity to share their knowledge and visions for a water secure future.
Objectives

The key objectives of the Pakistan Water Week 2023 are to:

1. Enhance public awareness and dissemination of information on water stewardship.
2. Knowledge sharing and skill enhancement of the general public on transformative Pathways for Water and Food System in a Climate Resilient Pakistan
3. Sensitization of policy and decision-makers on the importance of water resources for socio-economic development.

Pakistan Water Week 2023

Pakistan Water Week 2023 is planned to be organized in December 2023. Pakistan Water Week 2023 is focused on two key events, a three-day international conference followed by a two-day national workshop. Based on the theme of water week 2023, the international conference will be inaugurated by a high-profile chief guest. This gathering will host international and national experts, representatives from federal and provincial governments, international development partners, and their country offices. The aim for the Pakistan water week is having high-level discussions on water, climate, and the sustainability transformation. The conference will foster discussions on three thematic areas, including;

a. Transformation for sustainable and climate resilient solutions
b. Politics, policy, and institutions- good governance and strengthening capacities
c. Technologies and innovations- responding to the climate change

The national workshop (December 7-8, 2023) is planned to be organized at Pak-China Friendship Center, Islamabad in collaboration with IWMI, UNICEF and partners. This will comprise activities focusing on the future of “transformative approaches” and how our youth perceive it. Therefore, a number of activities are planned involving students from school to universities, players to thinkers and writers. The national workshop will kick start for two days following the proposed program of interactive activities:

1. Technology show-casing exhibition
2. Debate competitions
3. Essay writing competition
4. Water board games
5. Final year projects for engineering and environmental sciences
6. Student art competitions
7. Student poster competitions
8. Documentary competition

An outline of the Pakistan Water Week 2023 (National Workshop) Activities is given as below:

Public Awareness Campaign: An extensive public campaign will be launched in Islamabad to create awareness among the masses. This campaign may be in the form of key messages in English/Urdu languages regarding water issues, water conservation, etc. This will be carried out through bill-boards, streamers, brochures, SMDs, etc.

Student final year projects: At the undergrad level, students are required to prepare final year projects as part of their studies. Most of such projects are of physical form and show a strong potential for upscaling. This year students from all engineering universities located in the surroundings of Islamabad will be invited to present their final year projects. The best three projects will be awarded certificates of appreciation on behalf of partners.

Debate Competition: A call for the competition will be given through website and approached educational institutes in Rawalpindi/Islamabad. A criterion will be developed before call. A panel of judges will be setup among the experts of the partner organizations. Three top students will be awarded a souvenir/certificate and a cash prize.
Social media campaign: Power of social media may not be ignored in present age as an effective tool for mass communication. A social media campaign will run during Pakistan Water Week on Twitter and Facebook handles.

Student Documentary Competition: This event is focused on engaging students in the less scientific and more interactive on subject of water conservation. The purpose of this activity to enhance sensitivity among youth and providing them a platform to share their concerns and thoughts over water resources management. A call for documentary development will be given through the website and educational institutes in Rawalpindi/Islamabad. A criterion and documentary title will be developed before the call in line with the theme of Pakistan Water Week. A panel of judges will be set up among the experts of the partner organizations to evaluate the student’s documentaries. The top three students for best documentary will be awarded a souvenir/certificate and a cash prize.

Urban sculpture and Art Form: Urban sculpture and art forms is a branch of modern expressive art. The sculpture is very common in the modern world inviting artists to think about modern-day ideas and the future. Such urban sculptures are designed according to the landscape character of a particular region. In this competition, PCRWR intends to invite students of Architecture, Fine Arts, and Landscape engineering to come forward with such monuments and sculptures that may be displayed on roadsides, parks, public bus stands, buses, or shopping centers attracting people for taking snapshots and draw inspirations for them. The theme of these urban sculptures will be “water conservation and climate resilience”.

Technology Showcase Exhibition: An exhibition by water industry, universities, government institutes, etc. will be organized. People from different walk of life will be given an opportunity to visit this exhibition and sensitize about the products/services being offered by this sector. Young entrepreneurs will be encouraged to participate in the exhibition. A call for expression of interest will be launched on the PCRWR website for participation in the exhibition.

Essay Writing Competition: A national-level essay contest will be organized to create a scientific temper among the undergraduate students from science and engineering universities/colleges. The topic for the event is ‘The Possible Role of Youth in addressing Climate and Water Challenges of Pakistan”.

Poster Competition:This activity is designed to provide a platform to promising students from the undergraduate to PhD levels to showcase research projects related to Water-Food-Energy and Ecosystem Nexus. The subjects and the thematic areas of the posters will be aligned with the central theme of Pakistan Water Week. A panel of judges will be set up involving experts from partner organizations. The top three students in each category will be awarded a souvenir/certificate and a cash prize.

Day 1: Monday, 4 December 2023

Registration/Assembly: 09:15 – 09:45 – Shamadan Hall

10:00 – 11:00

Inaugural Session

The Arrival of the Chief Guest

Recitation from the Holy Quran

National Anthem of Pakistan

MC – Dr. Mohsin Hafeez, Director, Water, Food and Ecosystems, IWMI

Opening Remarks – Dr. Claudia Ringler, Co-Lead NEXUS Gains and Director,

Natural Resources and Resilience, IFPRI

Keynote Speaker – Dr. Mark Smith, Director General, IWMI

Chief Guest – Dr. Kauser Abdullah Malik, Federal Minister, Ministry of National

Food Security and Research

11:00 -11:30

Tea Break

11:30 – 13:00

Plenary Session

 

Ms. Sidra Khalid, Youth Representative, IWMI

 

Mr. Akmal Ali, Youth Representative

 

Community Voices – Farmers’ Perspective

 

Mr. Francois Onimous, World Bank Representative

 

Asian Development Bank Representative

 

Ms. Maura O’Brien, Deputy Mission Director, USAID

 

Ms. Sandra Baldwin, Deputy Development Director, FCDO, UK

 

Mr. Stephen Langrell, Team Leader Rural Development and

 

Economic Cooperation, EU

 

Ms. Florence Rolle, Country Representative, FAO

 

Mr. Abdullah A. Fadil, Country Representative, UNICEF

 

Dr. Sebastian Paust, Head of Development Cooperation, German Embassy

 

Chief Guest – Syed Murtaza Ali Shah, Federal Secretary,

 

Ministry of Water Resources

 

Vote of Thanks – Dr. Mohsin Hafeez, Director, Water, Food and Ecosystems, IWMI

13:00 – 14:00

Prayer/Lunch Break

14:00 – 15:30

SHAMADAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1:

 

Climate Resilient Pathways: Adaptation, Mitigation and Sustainable

 

Development for a Secure Pakistan – Dr. Bunyod Holmatov, IWMI

 

Session 1: The Need for an Integrated Water Resources Management Approach to

 

Resolve Urban Water Issues in a Changing Climate

 

SHAMADAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2:

 

Inclusive Water Governance: Exploring New Pathways and Perspectives –

 

Dr. Juan Carlos Sanchez Ramirez, IWMI

 

Session 1: Water Governance Challenges Across Sectors in Pakistan

 

SHAMADAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3:

 

Technologies and Innovations: Responding to the Challenges of Water and Food

 

Security – Dr. Stephen Davies, IFPRI

 

Session 1: Policy Dialogue on Transformative Pathways for Water, Food, and Land

 

Systems in a Socially Inclusive and Climate Resilient Pakistan

15:30- 16:00

Coffee/Tea Break

16:00 – 17:30

SHAMADAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1, Session 2: Water-Energy-Food Nexus Modeling: A fad or the future?

 

SHAMADAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2, Session 2: Opportunities & Challenges Posed by the WEFE

 

Approach – Implications for the Indus Basin

 

SHAMADAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3, Session 2: Sustainable Aquifer Management – Challenges and

 

Opportunities

End of Day 1

 

 

Day 2: Tuesday, 5 December 2023

Registration/Assembly: 08:30 – 09:30 – Shamadan Hall

 

 

09:30 – 11:00

SHAMADAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1:

 

Climate Resilient Pathways: Adaptation, Mitigation and Sustainable

 

Development for a Secure Pakistan – Dr. Bunyod Holmatov, IWMI

 

Session 3: The Climate-Migration Nexus: Leveraging Anticipatory Action for

 

Disaster Management and Strengthening Food, Land, and Water Systems in Pakistan 

 

SHAMADAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2:

 

Inclusive Water Governance: Exploring New Pathways and Perspectives –

 

Dr. Juan Carlos Sanchez Ramirez, IWMI

 

Session 3: SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation – Where Do We Stand?

 

SHAMADAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3:

 

Technologies and Innovations: Responding to the Challenges of Water and Food

 

Security – Dr. Stephen Davies, IFPRI

 

Session 3: The Impact of Climate Change on Droughts, Floods and Food Security in Pakistan

11:00 – 11:30

Coffee/Tea Break

11:30 – 13:00

SHAMADAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1, Session 4: Pathways for Climate Smart On-Farm Water

 

Management in Pakistan: Challenges and Opportunities

 

SHAMADAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2, Session 4: Pathways towards Implementing the National Water

 

Policy: Federal and Provincial Perspectives

 

SHAMADAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3, Session 4: Youth for Climate Action Using Modern Technologies

13:00 – 14:00

Prayer/Lunch Break

14:00 – 15:30

SHAMADAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1, Session 5: Youth-Led Innovations for Climate-Resilient Water

 

Management and Food Security (PM’s Youth Program)

 

SHAMADAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2, Session 5: Shaping Water Solutions: Stakeholder Feedback on

 

IWMI’s Strategic Roadmap

 

SHAMADAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3, Session 5: Utilizing Water Accounting Insights and Big Data for

 

Enhancing Agriculture Productivity in Pakistan

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee/Tea Break

End of Day 2

 

Day 3: Wednesday, 6 December 2023

Registration/Assembly: 08:00 – 09:00 – Kehkeshan

09:00 – 10:30

KEHKESHAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1:

 

Climate Resilient Pathways: Adaptation, Mitigation and Sustainable

 

Development for a Secure Pakistan – Dr. Bunyod Holmatov, IWMI

 

Session 6: Maintaining Productivity of Salinity Affected Landscapes in the Indus Basin

 

KEHKESHAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2:

 

Inclusive Water Governance: Exploring New Pathways and Perspectives –

 

Dr. Juan Carlos Sanchez Ramirez, IWMI

 

Session 6: Harnessing Gender-Transformative Agents of Change for Improved

 

Water Governance

 

KEHKESHAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3:

 

Technologies and Innovations: Responding to the Challenges of Water and Food

 

Security – Dr. Stephen Davies, IFPRI

 

Session 6: Management of Hill-Torrents – Opportunities and Challenges

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee/Tea Break

11:00 – 12:30

KEHKESHAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1, Session 7: Need of Response, Disruption of WASH Services in

 

Climate Emergencies

 

KEHKESHAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2, Session 7: Revitalizing the Indus – Exploring the Living Indus Initiative

 

KEHKESHAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3, Session 7: Leveraging Technological Innovations for Ensuring

 

Water and food Security

15:00 – 15:30

Prayer/Lunch Break

13:30 – 15:00

KEHKESHAN 1

 

Thematic Area 1, Session 8: The Role of Climate Risk Analysis in Improving

 

Resilience of Agricultural Systems

 

KEHKESHAN 2

 

Thematic Area 2, Session 8: Environmental Flows are Necessary to Restore the

 

Ecosystem of the Indus Basin

 

KEHKESHAN 3

 

Thematic Area 3, Session 8: Irrigation through SUN – Can We Control the Heat to

 

Sustain Our Aquifers?

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee/Tea Break

15:30 – 17:00

Closing Session – Kehkeshan-I Hall

 

Opening Remarks – Dr. Hifza Rasheed, Director General, PCRWR

 

Synthesis of Conference Proceedings

 

Thematic Area 1: Dr. Bunyod Holmatov, IWMI

 

Thematic Area 2: Dr. Juan Carlos Sanchez Ramirez, IWMI

 

Thematic Area 3: Dr. Stephen Davies, IFPRI

 

Keynote Speaker – Dr. Mark Smith, Director General, IWMI: COP 28 and Goals of

 

Water Resilient Food Systems in a Changing Climate

 

Keynote Speaker – Dr. Neil Lazarow, Program Manager (Water), ACIAR Australia

 

Speech by the Chief Guest

 

Vote of Thanks – Dr. Mohsin Hafeez, Director, Water, Food and Ecosystems, IWMI

End of Day 3

Program Agenda

Water Festival & Technology Fair (National Workshop)

(Venue: Pak-China Friendship Center Islamabad)

Overall focal person: Dr Hifza Rasheed (PCRWR) & Dr Jehanzeb Masud Cheema (IWMI)

Sr.

No.

Description

Time (Hrs)

Sponsoring Agency

Room /Hall ID

Activity Focal Person (PCRWR)/Other agencies

Activity Focal Person (IWMI)

 

7th December 2023

1.

Registration and setting up Technology Exhibition  

 

 

7:30-9:00

PCRWR, UNICEF & IWMI

Main Hall Reception Ground Floor 

Mr Kashif Manzoor, Deputy Director

Mr Shakeel Badshah, Research Officer

Dr Jehanzeb Cheema

2. 

Registration of students for final year project competition and project displays

7:30-9:00

PCRWR, UNICEF & IWMI

Main Hall Reception Ground Floor 

Mr Arsalan Mumtaz, Assistant Director

Ms Bareerah Fatima,
Director (WM)

Mr. Najeeb Ullah

 

3. 

Registration and setting up posters of students participating in the competition

9:00-10:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, IWMI, CCRD, COMSATS

First Floor Hall (Room No.205)

Ms Saiqa Imran, Director (WQ)

 

Ms  Kanwal Waqar

 

4. 

Side Event: Pakistan Water Operators Network (PWON), Steering Committee meeting 

(18 members)

9:30-1:30

UNICEF

First Floor Room No.207

Ms Tahirah Jabeen, National Coordinator, PWON

Ms. Asiya Ashraf Chaudhry, WASH Specialist UNICEF

NA

 

 

 

5. 

Inauguration of Technology Show Case Exhibition

10:00-12:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, & IWMI

 

Mr. M.  Kashif Manzoor,

Deputy Director

Dr. Jehanzeb Cheema

 

 

Remarks/Media talk Minister Water Resources 

 

 

Ground Floor

Main Entrance & Main Hall

Dr Hifza Rasheed, DG WQ, PCRWR

 

Remarks/Media talk UNICEF Rep (Mr Kamran Naeem)

Remarks/ Media talk IWMI Rep (TBC)

Launching of PCRWR Research Reports (Dr Hifza Rasheed, DG WQ PCRWR)

Exhibition open for visitors

6. 

Evaluation of Posters by Judges

12:00-16:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, IWMI & IR

First Floor Hall (Room No.205)

Ms Saiqa Imran,

Director (WQ)

Ms. Kanwal Waqar

Lunch and Prayer Break

13:00-14:00

PCRWR & partners

 

Mr Nadeem Anjum, Director Admin

 

7.

Evaluation of Final Year projects of undergraduate students

14:00-15:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, IWMI & IR

First Floor Room No.206

Ms Bareerah Fatima,

Director (WM)

 

 

Ms. Khadija Begum

 

8.

Pakistan Water Week Studio “All Documentaries”

14:00-15:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, IWMI & IR

First Floor Room No.206

Mr Arsalan Mumtaz, Assistant Director

Dr. Noveria

Dr. M Tahir Ali

 

9. 

Side Event: Research article presentation by the Early Career Researchers 

14:00-17:00

GIZ, IWMI, &

PCRWR

First Floor Room No.204

Mr Shafiq-ur-Rehman, Senior Research Officer

Dr Muhammad Azmat

Dr Jehanzeb Cheema

10.

Side Event: Projection by Social Media Influencers (Mr Kashif Zaheer, Senior Lecturer) 

14:00-17:00

Riphah International University

First Floor Room No.207

Mr Shakeel Badshah, Research Officer

NA

 

8th December, 2023         

 

 

 

 

 

11.

Registration of students for Debate Competition

9:00-10:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, IWMI & IR

First Floor Room No.

204

Syed Ibtisam Asmat,

Deputy Director

 

Ms. Hafsa Aeman 

12.

Registration of students for Water Board Games

9:00-10:00

UNESCO

Pakistan

First Floor Hall (Room No.205 & 206)

Mr Muhammad Hamza,
Assistant Director

Dr. Abdur Rehman Cheema

13. 

Side Event: Pakistan Water Operators Network (PWON), Steering Committee meeting (18 members)

9:30-11:30

PWON & UNICEF

 First Floor Room No.207

Ms Tahirah Jabeen, National Coordinator, PWON

Ms. Asiya Ashraf Chaudhry, WASH Specialist UNICEF

NA

14.

Student Board games

10:00-12:00

UNESCO Pakistan

First Floor Hall (Room No.205 & 206)

Mr Muhammad Hamza, AD

 

Ms. Hafsa Aeman 

15.

Student Debate competition

10:00-12:00

PCRWR, UNICEF, IWMI & IR

  First Floor Room No.

204

Ms Farah Naz, Senior Research Officer

Dr. Abdur Rehman Cheema

Lunch and prayer break

13:00-14:00

 

Cafeteria

Mr Nadeem Anjum

Director (Admn.)

 

Closing and Prize Distribution Ceremony

Venue: Auditorium (First Floor), PAK China Friendship Centre, Islamabad

Moderator: Mr Touseeq Haider 

Sr. No.

Programme

Time

Role & Responsibilities

1.

Registration and guest to be seated 

2:15-2:30 pm

Mr Shakeel Badshah, RO

Ms Foqia Faisal, ASO

2.

Recitation from the Holy Quran 

2:30-2:35 pm

Recorded
(Mr Asif Khan, IT Assistant)

3.

National Anthem

2:35-2:40 pm 

Recorded
(Mr Asif Khan, IT Assistant)

4.

Welcome Remarks 

2:40-2:45 pm

Dr Hifza Rasheed, DG (WQ)

5.

Announcement of Competition Results and prize/certificate distribution for Essay Writing Competition

Sponsor: UNICEF, IWMI & Islamic Relief Pakistan (IR) 

2:45-3:15 pm 

Moderator: Mr Touseeq Haider 

(Activity Focal Persons to provide Flip Cards having Activity detail, Sponsoring Agencies, No. of Participants, Names of Winners & Cash award amount)

 

Announcement of Competition Results and prize/certificate distribution for Best Final Year Project/Urban Sculpture

Sponsor: UNICEF, IWMI & IR

Announcement of Competition Results and prize/certificate distribution for  Video Documentary

Sponsor: UNICEF, IWMI & IR

Announcement of Competition Results and prize/certificate distribution for Debate Competition;

Sponsor: UNICEF, IWMI & IR

Announcement of Competition Results and prize/certificate distribution Poster competition

Sponsor: UNICEF, IWMI & IR

Announcement of Competition Results and prize/certificate distribution for Water board games.

Sponsor: UNESCO Pakistan

6.

Displaying the three best Documentaries

Sponsor: UNICEF, IWMI & IR

3:15-3:30 pm

Mr Asif Khan, 

IT Assistant 

7.

Remarks by the Country Director Islamic Relief Pakistan 

3:30-3:40 pm

Mr Asif Ali Sherazi, Country Director Islamic Relief Pakistan 

8

Remarks by the Country Representative Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre

3:40-3:50 pm

Lt. Gen. Nadeem Ahmed  (Retd.), Regional Advisor, Asian Disaster Preparedness Centre

8.

Remarks by the Country Director Water Aid Pakistan

3:50-4:00 pm

Mr Arif Jabbar Khan, Country Director Water Aid Pakistan

9

Remarks By the IWMI Representative

4:00-4:10 pm

Dr Jehanzeb Masud Cheema, 

Intl. Researcher, IWMI

10.

Address by the Country Director UNESCO 

4:10-4:20 pm

Dr. Youssef Filali-Meknassi, UNESCO Country Director 

11.

Remarks by Chief WASH Section, UNICEF Pakistan

4:20-4:30 pm

Mr Haile Gashaw

Chief WASH Section, UNICEF Pakistan

13.

Group Photo (on the stage of auditorium)

4:30-4:35 pm

Mr Aurangzeb, UDC

14.

Tea/Coffee/Refreshment for the Guests

4:40 pm

Mr Nadeem Anjum, Director (Admn.)

Water Board Game Competition

Essay Writing Competition

Sr. #

Activity

Focal Person PCRWR

Contact Details

Office Telephone

E-mail

1

Public awareness campaign through bill-boards, banners, etc.

Mr. Dilshad Arshad

Deputy Director

 

dil_ghick@yahoo.com

2

Social Media campaign

Mr. Anwaar Ahmad

Anthropologist

 

anwaarqureshi@outlook.com

3

Exhibition by Water industry, universities and government institutes

Mr. M.     Kashif Manzoor

Deputy Director

 

kashifmanzoor177@gmail.com

4

Poster competition among University students

Ms. Saiqa Imran

Senior Research Officer

 

saiqa143@gmail.com

5

Awareness raising through games among school students

Mr. Muhammad Hamza

Assistant Director

 

raohamza8989@gmail.com

6

EssayCon Competition

Mr. Shafiq ur Rahman

Senior Research Officer

 

marwathg78@gmail.com

7

Student Debate Competition

Mr. Ibtisam Asmat

Deputy Director

 

ebtisam.asmat@gmail.com

8

Competition for Urban Sculpture

Engr. Bareerah Fatima

Deputy Director

 

breerahftm@gmail.com

 

9

Competition for Documentary making

Engr. Bareerah Fatima

Deputy Director

 

breerahftm@gmail.com

 

10

Students Final Year Project (Undergradute)

Engr. Bareerah Fatima

Deputy Director

 

breerahftm@gmail.com

 

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