Director: Mr Fawad Adalatpoor
Email : UMCPACH@safmail.org
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh, The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and The Ministry of Information and Culture of Afghanistan for the creation of the UNESCO Madanjeet Singh Institute for Afghanistan's Culture Heritage in Kabul.
22nd March 2004
‘I commend Madanjeet Singh’s excellent initiatives to foster regional cooperation through the medium of education and to offer a real chance to so many disadvantaged students across South Asia to make a difference in the world’, stated the Vice President of the European Commission, Margot Wallström. ‘Furthermore, I think it is a wonderful idea to have an Institute for Cultural Heritage in Kabul, considering how relatively recently Afghanistan’s cultural heritage was destroyed by the Taliban.’
One-time capital of the Timurid empire and seat of learning and the arts, Herat has flourished throughout history as a rich city-state, and been repeatedly fought over. The city is as much Persian as it is Afghan, and wears an air of independence as the country’s old cultural heart.
SAF-Afghanistan and UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Center for Preservation of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage (UMCPACH) organized an awareness course on Afghanistan's cultural heritage preservation in the first Cultural Capital of SAARC, Bamyan....
wanted to take a moment to say how much I appreciated your recent statement expressing concern over the destruction of cultural heritages in Iraq and Syria, Mali and Afghanistan. Your outstanding and tireless efforts to preserve world’s shared cultural wealth is invaluable. I heard through the news that you referred to the destruction of historic monuments and cultural heritages of religious, education, art .....
SAF-Afghansitan briefed the activities took place in 2014 and shared future Plan with slide show.