Two-day Consultative Workshop on the Hingol National Park

by Taimur Mirza

The Hingol National Park, largest National Park of Pakistan, is one of the three sub projects of the Protected Areas Management Project (PAMP). The principle objective of project is to achieve the sustainable conservation of globally and nationally significant habitats and species through community participation.

The Hingol National Park Management is organizing a two-day consultative workshop
on “Scientific Surveys for Park Management” on 2nd and 3rd of February 2007 at, Karachi, in order to finalize the management plan of the Park.

Your expertise in this regard is required. By separate mail you will receive workshop documentation and guidelines for preparation of your participation for the workshop.

For further information contact:

Mr. Abdul Jabbar
Conservator of Forest and Wildlife/Project Director
Hingol Natoinal Park
Quetta
Phone No: 081-2820410

Organisers
Mr. Muhammad Mazhar Liaquat
Assistant Conservator Wildlife,
Hingol National Park, Uthal:
Phone No: Phone/Fax No: 0853-610539

Mr. Mohammad Saleem Shaikh
Communication Specialist,
DHV Consultants
Hingol National Park
Phone No: 0853-610558
Cell phone No: 0300-2106662

Posted in Happenings, January 24, 2007, by Taimur Mirza

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Jan Wind on February 4, 2007 7:50 AM

Thank you for participating in the workshop. We had a good media coverage as well. Now our challenge how the make Hingol not only the largest and most divers and beautiful park but also the best managed park.
Jan Wind Park Specialist

KO on February 6, 2007 12:22 PM

It was nice to meet you at the workshop. I hope the many plans for the Hingol National Park are implemented.

Mohammad Saleem Shaikh on February 15, 2007 9:07 AM

It was good luck to see people from Offroad Club Karachi at the two-day consultative workshop ‘Scientific Surveys for the Park Management Plan’ organised by the Hingol National Park Management and held in Karachi the Regent Plaza hotel on February 2-3, 2007.

On this occasion, ideas that came out from the Offroaders, Mr. Tahir Mirza in particular with regard to dew capturing’ are really wonderful. If materialised by the Park Management, the idea of the dew capturing’ can really do wonders for the people of Park area that are faced with persisting water shortage. It can help strengthen further the confidence building measures (CBMs) of the Park Management.

I personally would encourage the Park Management team to go forward and kick off sittings with the people from the Offroaders Club to talk over ideas and initiatives that can yield feel-good results and overall impact on the lives of the people residing in the Hingol Park Area.

Mohammad Saleem Shaikh
Environmental Awareness/Communication Specialist,
DHV Consultants
Hingol National Park
Uthal, Distt. Lasbela,
Balochistan
saleemzeal@hotmail.com

Muhammad Mazhar Liaqat on March 7, 2007 6:52 PM

It was very good to see people in the workshop from all over the Pakistan.We have received many ideas from all our respected participants and looking forward for their proper guidense.

Jamal on March 16, 2007 1:50 PM

Dear, Mr. Mohammad Saleem Shaikh, I have an old friend working for DHV, his name is Jan Wind. I would appreaciate if you can give me his contact email.

Regards,
Jamal

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