d_shorb wrote:I appreciate you posting topics related to Pakistan Karrar. I believe that donating to Greg's organization is one of the most effective things i've done to end fighting between the United States and some groups in the Pakistani region. I hope people continue to talk about this topic, especially as a model for more related projects both in Pakistan and Afghanistan. It seems that non-governmental projects are perhaps a good way to go in that region, especially considering the importance of local leaders.
I subscribe to his videos on youtube.com and enjoy the updates about Central Asia Institute's projects and progress. Greg's story of heading to the Pakistan/Afghan border is a potent one that I hope enlightens us about what helps and what does not. Education and Aid are important to ending conflicts and helping people prosper.
I assume, Karrar, that another supporting action would be to contribute to the tourism business of that area, and bring money to local towns and businesses by visiting them. Beautiful People and Mountains are some of the area's most plentiful resources. How much does the tourism business help that region?
Again, thank you.
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WingLady wrote:catullus wrote:... And it's a non-stop life filled with little sleep, way too much ibuprofen, and a constant quest to learn as much as possible, as quickly as possible about each new culture of each new region he explores.
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