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Artesanía y Tecnología Apropriada - El futuro está en el campo
Handicraft and Appropriate Technology - The future lies in the rural areas

Bazaar in Haus der Wirtschaft / Markt der Voelker

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Bazaars always bring together volunteers, artists and so many others who are interested in cultural arts and there preservation and also help disseminate information. Lately, one bazaar was held in the City of Stuttgart on October 2-6, 2013. Dr Senta Siller, Monika Kuppler (volunteer from Women Centre Unit in TGD village), Marlis Bartkiewicz (volunteer from Basic Health Unit in TGD village) and Dr Norbert Pintsch participated and gave information about the NGO (Anjuman-e-Falah-e-Aama (NGO) in Thatta Ghulamka Dhiroka) and its activities.

In addition to the famous Thatta Kedona dolls, samples from Mr Waseem’s Lacquer Work, Mr Aslam’s Block Printing,Mr Naqqash’s Camel Skin Painting and Mr Haq Nawaz’s stationary as well as some dolls from NGO (CAT) in Bamenda and Mr Basil’s Brass casting were also displayed.

Tanto Mejor (CNG) in Saboya with dolls and samples from Senor Gerardo (Tagua work) was also there and attracted many visitors.

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Bazaar in Grassi Museum, Leipzig

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Beautiful bazaar was organized in Grassi Museum (Ethnological Museum) in the City of Leipzig on September 5-8, 2013. People from all walks of life participated in the colorful even. Prominent among the participants were Dr Senta Siller, Gundula Gomoll (volunteer from Basic Health Unit in TGD village) and Dr Norbert Pintsch. Participants were given information and items from the NGO projects for following clients were also given:
Anjuman-e-Falah-e-Aama (NGO) in Thatta Ghulamka Dhiroka with dolls and samples from:

-Mr Waseem (Lacquer Work)
-Mr Aslam (Block Printing)
-Mr Naqqash (Camel Skin Painting)
-Mr Haq Nawaz (stationary)
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