STAFF REPORT ISB: The UNESCO in partnership with CIIT Islamabad has organized a four-day training workshop here at CIIT Campus, Islamabad, on understanding and mitigating the impact of bio-growth on Taxila World Heritage Site. Purpose of the event was to enhance capacity building of relevant institutions including academia and the Department of Archaeology Punjab through scientific study of the bio-growth, its impact on the site.

“Pakistan possesses diverse cultural heritage with great potential to contribute to peace, cultural diversity and sustainable development,” said Vibeke Jensen, Director/Representative UNESCO Islamabad, said in her inaugural remarks.

She also said this joint initiative is a good example of public private partnership and sharing expertise, knowledge and resources to protect the irreplaceable cultural heritage of the nation.

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