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Culture, The Hidden Asset. Mapping of Cultural Assets in Northwest Frontier Province of Pakistan
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In 2007, UNESCO Islamabad proposed a programme for mapping of the invaluable cultural assets of the country to provide a scientifically researched database of both tangible and intangible cultural assets for Pakistan. This, UNESCO maintains, would be a vital step towards the management of cultural resources at the community level. The Government of Norway offered funds for this initiative, focusing on selected districts the North West Frontier Province to begin with. The selected districts were: Chitral, Swat, Bannu, Charsadda, Mansehra, Mardan and Peshawar.

on this subject: Mapping of Culture Assets in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and Punjab

Place/country: Pakistan,
Type: Documentary
Duration: 15 minutes
Credits: Farhat Gul (director), UNESCO Islamabad (publisher), The Government of Norway (producer),

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