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Saturday, October 3, 2015

Steps Towards an Egalitarian/Knowledge Society - Eye WitnessObservations

Pre-Election 2015
Debate between all candidates – “Why should we vote for you?”
Obtain a commitment from candidates to continue efforts to work towards a ROAD-MAP claimed, even if they fail to win.
Funded by AKRSP,
Facilitated by KADO through a joint invitation from HDF, Sujo Hunzo, and Pamir Times and held in Ali abad Hunza.
The proceedings shared with populations through cable TV.
Post Election Events:
Brain storming Session:
Venue: Karimabad Hunza
Participants: Concerned Intellectuals (including PHDs and other highly educated Hunzukutz). LSO Governance.
Purpose:
Debate possible formation of a “THINK TANK”.
Workout an outline ROAD-MAP for multi-stake efforts.
Motivate eight LSOs in Hunza to move towards NETWORKING – a pre-requisite towards availing potential of CPEC.
Funding: AKRSP (see TARGET number two)
Facilitated by KADO and HDF.
Proceedings shared on Facebook by Ikram Najmi of Sujo Hunzo.
LSO convention:
Theme:  “Public Private Partnership”
Venue:  Karimabad Hunza.
Participants: DC and AC Hunza and Line Departments, Chairpersons of 76 LSOs in GB and Chitral, RC Hunza, AKRSP Manager/Staff of AKRSP, Brigadier Hisamullah Beg SI(M) (for a special advocacy for two topics viz. “Better Future – Reorientation,- Self Help is the Best Help” and consensus on a name by all LSOs in GB/Chitral to represent them in PCECC and steps towards NETWORKING of LSOs as an essential step towards availing possible impact of CPEC on the region).
Purpose:
Advocacy with Government for initiating Legislative process in GB on the lines of what has been accomplished in KPK (as shared by Chairman LSO of NETWORKS in upper Chitral).
Sharing with government officials the long term development plans evolved by various LSOs.
Need for integrating “Public Private Partnership” in Government ADP in GB.
Funding and Facilitation of Event:  AKRSP
Venue: Karimabad Hunza

TOWARDS KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY


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