Serena Shigar Fort – Responsible Tourism Initiatives

At Shigar Fort Residence we encourage those guests who are interested in giving something back to the community to consider supporting one of the projects we support pharmacy review course online – no matter how big or small. Or at the very least before giving we suggest you talk to our manager Karim Khan who has years of experience in the area and understands what the priority needs are.

 

The following are some of the projects in Shigar that you may wish to visit and that need your support:

  • The Abruzzi School – the first environmentally sustainable school in the area – named after Luigi Amedeo, Duke tadalista cialis of Abruzzi who first attempted to climb K2 in 1909. Meet the principal and students to viagra pill learn more. Assist them stock their school library by donating school books or any sports equipment for the children to play with.
  • Contribute to the Abruzzi School Garden Project. The project aims to stimulate learning, provide a solution to augmenting the quality of education, and inspire successive generations of teachers and students to become innovative stewards of their environment leading their people canadian pharmacy towards a sustainable future. To learn how you can contribute go to: www.abruzzischoolgarden.com
  • Visit the Parbat Foundation – a Women’s Vocational Training Centre in the heart of Shigar that aims to help the women of Shigar to stand on their own feet by training them to make clothes, so that they can support their families in a dignified and respectful way. It aims to secure the future fake viagra of widows and orphans by opening financial opportunities for them. For specifics on how you can help email parbatfoundation.ngo@gmail.com
  • Established in 1998, BEDAR and based in Skardu BEDAR viagra red aims to develop enterprises in poverty stricken areas, including Shigar, by developing enterprises using indigenous resources and restoring cultural heritage. Support this project by purchasing a number of products from Apricot oil to woolen shawls or wood carvings and furniture.