Status of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage

Nancy Hatch Dupree 1998


> Introduction


> Governing Institutions
> Trained Human Resources
> Concerned Communities
> Law Enforcement


> Advocacy
> Information Gathering
> Information Dissemination
> Training
> Exchange Expertise
> Fund Raising

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The Society for the Preservation of Afghanistan's Cultural Heritage, based in Kabul, was formed in 1994. SPACH aims to share information and foster contacts with organizations, institutions and individuals inside and outside Afghanistan.

With the cooperation of its members, SPACH maintains a Photo Catalogue on the Status of Museums, Sites, Monuments, Artifacts and Architecture. A Newsletter and Website describing SPACH activities is published for its Afghan and international members. It promotes extensive public relations through liaison with the media and public lectures.

As part of its advocacy efforts, the SPACH LIBRARY SERIES is designed to acquaint readers with the diversity of Afghanistan's cultural heritage. Each volume is devoted to one monument, one archaeological site, one region, or, occasionally, to other cultural subjects. Articles by experts selected by an Editorial Board appear in Dari, Pashto and English. The intent is to enhance the knowledge of all levels of readers.