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She is probably the only women in Pakistan, who visits here own or other farms twice a week regularly accompanied by her husband or alone, she also reads and prepares manuals for use her filed mangoes based on 17,000 books and bulletins in their personal library. She also visits foreign universities to meet specialist in various fields. With over 200 research papers published internationally in ma


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At 49, with 25 years of experience, her work is extraordinary, to say the least. She is among the few researchers who have explored many fields of sciences, including agriculture, biotechnology, health, nutrition, enzymology, education, gender, environment and pollution. However, Farzana Panhwar feels that her major contribution has been at her family farm in Hyderabad. Being the wife of an eminent engineer, agriculturist and scholar M.H. Panhwar, she, along with her husband has the credit of establishing the first organic farm in the country. Farzana deciphered the formulas of all chemical fertilizers, found their organic replacements and worked on compost and mulching. She also feels that the government should seriously take up the improvement of crop varieties that can deliver higher yield per acre, are disease-resistant and meet export requirements of WTO is enforced. “For instance, our old mango varieties of 18th and 19th Centuries don’t have long shelf life, therefore can’t be sending abroad in good shape and are also prone to various diseases. Some of them are not appreciated abroad because they are too sweet of have a lot of fibre of turpentine smell. Before we lose the market, we should evolve new varieties, which are better in color, shape and taste. Awareness should also be created about biotechnology and fruits should be tagged as organic or inorganic”, opines Farzana. One has to wonder why she’s promoting bio-technology when she’s practicing organic cultivation at their farm. To this effect, Farzana feels that no technology is completely safe and has some negative and positive aspects. The population explosion and drought conditions leave one with no other alternative but to use this modern technology. Her motto is “Thirst for knowledge provoked me to research. I want to investigate and bring out the truth. This can be done only when I am free to think, without any pressures”, she adds.

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Karachi, PA Pakistan
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and the recipient of Rural Creativity Award, Gold Medal of Honor from the US and the UN Best Practice

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MRS. FARZANA PANHWAR. - 15th September, 1957 - Karachi - Pakistan. - M.Sc - Bio-chemistry, Karachi University, 1981. - B.Sc (Hons) Bio-chemistry, Karachi University, 1980. Specialisation in nutrition, enzymology and clinical. Mrs. Farzana Panhwar got master degree from Karachi University in Bio-chmeistry in 1981. She has worked on soil chemistry, macro and micro nutrients, composts, organic fertilisers, and growth regulators as applied to fruit crops and post-harvest technology of sub-tropical furits. She has also published a number of articles on animal, poultry and prawn/shrimp feed, raising of shrimp and rabbits, plants of desert areas of Sindh, bio-gas form agricultural waste and genetic property. - President, Sindh Rural Women’s Uplift Group 1994 to 2003. - Managing Director, Soil Testing Laboratory (Pvt) Ltd., 1985-2003. - Manager, Research & Development Engineers, (Agro-chemistry and organic agriculture Wing) 1982-2003. - IBFAN South Asia Facilitating, Talawahugoda, Sri-Lanka. - Citizen Petition, Inc., Amberst, USA. - International Council for Distance Education, Oslo, Norway. - The Third world Organisation for Women in Science (TWAS), Trieste, Italy. - Odi - Agricultural Research and Extension network, London, U.K. - Women’s world Summit Foundation (FSMF), Geneva, Switzerland. - Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Hyderabad, Pakistan. - Research and Development Engineers, Karachi-Pakistan. - Integrated Agriculture Developers, Hyderabad-Pakistan. She has also published a numbers of articles in the fields of environment, education, pollution, health, nutrition, family planning, migration and sustainable agriculture. Her articles are already published in USA, U.K., Canada, Australia, South Africa, Norway, Denmark, Finland New Zealand, Germany, Italy, turkey, Greece, China, Taiwan, France, Netherlands and India. She also got 1997 Award “Rural Creativity Award” form Switzerland and 1998 Award “Gold Medal of Honour” from USA. She is also a co-author with M.H. Panhwar for books on lychee, longan, grape fruit, guava, grapes, low chill apple and peach, fig and pomegranate. Her research work is continuing. - Prawn farming and prawn feed. The work was given up as coastal water turned too saline for prawn farming, Private Sector, 1982-1988. - Poultry and cattle feed. Work was abandoned in 1985, as benefit : cost ratio of stall feed animal was low as compared to other methods in agriculture for example growing furit crops, Private Sector, 1983. - Rabbit farming. Though the rabbit farming was highly economical as compared to poultry, but market was limited and needed costly promotion all over Pakistan, Private Sector, 1984. - Bio-gas from agriculture wastes. About 200 plants were installed in Sindh by M/s. Lossavers, buty work was given up as the technology needed sophisticated monitoring and owners were not interested in spending extra on maintenance, M/s. Lossavers, Hyderabad, 1984. - Report on bio-gas plants installed by Energy Cell, Government of Pakistan from 1982-1988, for Planning Department, Government of Sindh. - Drying of roses and flowers. This was done in GI-sheet, house painted black on top and sides to absorb solar heat and at night time it was heated by a furnace run on agricultural wastes. The project was abandoned in 1989, when export prices came down to 40%, Private Sector, 1985-1989. - Re-mineralisation of agricultural soils by various methods to enhance microbial activity with use of mulch. This doubled the yield of fruit crops within 4 years i.e., in 1989, Institute of Organic and Sustainable Horticulture and Agriculture Research (IOSHAR), Hyderabad, 1985-2003. - Manufacture of micro-nutrients for folliar and soil applications. From basic compounds for direct use on the farm. The yield in 1994 became three time that of even of most progressive growers of Pakistan, IOSHAR, 1986-2003. - Cultural practice, growth regulators and disease of mango, Private Sector 1989-2003. - Growing temperate crops in Sindh, Private Sector, 1993. - Sustainable Agriculture Development, Sindh Society for Horticulture Science - SSHS, 1994-2003. - Agricultural chemicals used in Pakistan and their effect on environments, IOSHAR, 1995-2003. - Introduction of new fruit crops namely; peaches, lychee, longan, grapes, apples, pomegranates, grape fruit, and plums commercial in hot sub-tropics near Hyderabad Sindh 1989-2003. - Migration from rural to the urban areas and its effects on urban environments, economics and social life, IOSHAR, 1996. - Toxic chemicals on the farm, in food and house hold and their effects on human and animal life for Green Net Work, 1997. - Farm and day to day domestic chemicals and incidence of various types of cancers in human population , Green Net work, 1997. - Farm and domestic chemicals and human health problems, Green Net Work, 1997. - Soil Degradation caused by various chemicals, ISCO, 1997-2003. - M.H. Panhwar and Farzana Panhwar, Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops, Institute of Organic and Sustainable Horticulture and Agriculture Research (IOSHAR), Hyderabad and Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Karachi, 1995, 49 p. - Farzana Panhwar, Flora of Thar and Kohistan Desert J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol.XV, No.3, 1988. - Farzana Panhwar, new Resources for oleochemical and agro chemical industry. - M.H. Panhwar and Farzana Panhwar, Design of an Aquaculture Enterprise, J. Pak. Agri. Vol. VII, No. 10, Oct. 1985. - Farzana Panhwar, Anaerobic Digestion and use of its Residues in Agriculture, Mehran University Res. J. of Eng. J. of Eng. And Tech. Vol. 12, July 1993, No.3, pp. 18-22. - Farzana Panhwar and M.H. Panhwar, Scope for Prawn Farming along Sindh Coast, J. Sci. Tech. And Development. - Farzana Panhwar and M.H. Panhwar, Samphire - an edible oil crop for Sindh ‘Agriculture and Technology’ DAWN Economic and Business Review, May 27 to June 2, 1995, p. 111. - Farzana Panhwar and M.H. Panhwar, Intellectual Property Rights Production, Agri. And Tech. DAWN Econ. And Business Rev., Dec., 9-15, 1995, p. III. - Farzana Panhwar and M.H. Panhwar, Flying Fox a new agriculture pest, Eucalyptus and new host and fruit orchard a new target, (Sent to DAWN for Publication on 05-06-1996). - Farzana Panhwar and M.H. Panhwar, Neem Versus Eucalyptus in Social Forestry of Pakistan (Sent to DAWN on 28-05-1996). - M.H. Panhwar and Farzana Panhwar, 1995, Scope for Prawn Farming along Sindh Coast, PIMA Magazine, Karachi, 2 p. - Sikandar Ali Arbani, Farzana Panhwar and M.H. Panhwar, Anaerobic Digestion and use of its residues in Agriculture, Department of Petroleum and Gas Engg., Mehran Univ., of Eng. And Techn., Jamshoro, 5 p. - Chiku or Sapodilla the Neglected fruit of Sindh, Newsletter Sindh Society for Horticultural Science SSHS, Karachi/Hyderabad, Vol.I, No.1, 7 p. - World rural Womne’s Day Celeberated in Hyderabad, Sindh Agriculture, Nov., 1997, 33 p. - Earthworms, Vermicasts and vermiculture, Wildlife and Environment, Oct-Dec 1997, pp.25-29. - The III International symposium for Sustainable Agriculture and rural Development, 1-0-16 March, 1995, Roros, Norway: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Sindh - Pakistan. - III International Agriculture and Rural Development, 10-16 March, 1995, Roros - Norway: *Consumer versus farmer and health issue. *The existing pesticide and human health hazard. *Women farmer vision. *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Pakistan. *Rural development. - ICEA World Conference, Sustainable Development through Community Education, 31st July - 4th August, 1995, Jomtein, Thailand. *Sustainable agriculture in Pakistan. - From the group-up and around the World project profiles of grass roots initiatives in sustainable agriculture and rural development (SARD) women, Food and Agriculture Working Group and World Sustainable Agriculture Association, September 1995: *Sustainable food System. - Cairo International Conference - Improving the Living Environment for the Urban Poor towards Sustainable Development - Preparatory Meeting to Habitat-II, 18-21 December, 1995, Cairo - Egypt: *Improving the living environment for the urban poor: Towards, sustainable development in Pakistan. - Clearing House on Rural Education and Small Schools, Appalachia Educational Laboratory, Charleston, USA: *Women and girls, tradition, modernity and post-modernity in the Province of Sindh-Pakistan. - World Conference on Literacy, 12-13 March, USA, 1996: *Literacy for women and girls: participation in the labour force in Pakistan. *Literacy, income generation, and poverty alleviation in Sindh-Pakistan and its impact on economic development, human resource development in Pakistan. - Abortion matter - special conference on the occasion of 25th Anniversary of Sitmezo, 27-29 March, Netherlands, 199: *Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion services. - 6th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, 22-26th April, Adeliade - Australia, 1996: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Pakistan (611CW-7B). *Sustainable agriculture in Pakistan (6611CW-7d). - European Educational Conference and Fair in Denmark, Cophenhagen, Denmark, 23rd May 1996: *Literacy for women. - Teaching to promote women’s health: International Multidisciplinary Conference Hosted by Women’s College Hosptial, Toronto, Canada, 13-15 June, 1996: *Women and girls tradition, modernity, post-modernity in education. - Second International Conference Women in rural Development, Humboldt-University of Berlin, Berlin-Germany, June 28-30, 1996: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Sindh-Pakistan. - 9th World Congress on Comparative Education at Sydney - Australia, 5th July, 1996: *Literacy, income generation and poverty elevation in Sindh Pakistan and its impact on economic development, human resource development in Pakistan. - International Conference at the University of Warwick, Essex, U.K., 26-28 July, 1996: *the presently standardised pesticide in Pakistan and need for change. - 11th IFOAM Scientific Conference on Organic Agriculture 11-15th August 1996 - Denmark: *Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods. - 9th Conference of the International soil Conservation Organisation (ISCO) Bonn Germany, 26-30 August, 1996: *Protection of Eco-system/natural resources by eliminating use of herbicide by using mulching for weed control. - 5th International Congress on Ethinobiology, Nairobi-Kenya, 2-6 September, 1996: *Sustainable agriculture - an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm. - FAO 50th Annivesary Symposium 1945-1995 Canada, 12-13 October, 1996: *the fifteen year trials with plant protection on fruit trees at Khesano (Sindh) Pakistan. - IBC International Conference - Asia - Pacific Agronomical and Agricultural Machinery Sellers, Buyers and users, Kuala Lampur, Malaysia, 21-23 October, 1996: *The advent of biological (Green) pesticide in agriculture sector in Pakistan: New challenges, new business opportunities. - International Conference Violence, Abuse and Women Citizenship - Brighton - U.K., 10-15th November, 1996: *13th November 1996-environmental pollution: effects on women. *Technologies and genetic: Abortion services in Pakistan. Abortion rights: Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion service in Pakistan. - 14th International Symposium on Sustainable Farming System- 11-16th November, 1996: *Biological Diversity its social and economic effects and sustainable Eco-system practice in Sindh-Pakistan. *Environment and agriculture resource management. - 14th International Symposium on Sustainable Farming System, Colombo - Sri-Lanka, 11-16 November, 1996: *Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops. - Greenhouse Gas Executive Workshop, 1997: *Conserving, Agro-forestry is the solution of future global warming and biodiversity: Sindh a case of study. - Dr. J. Patric Madden and Scott G. Chaplowe a WSAA Publication, 1997: *For all generation, making world agriculture more sustainable on 642 p. *Sustainable agriculture at Panhwar Fruit Farm, pp.521-526. - The International Symposium and Workshop on Combating Desertification: Connecting science with Community Action, Tucson, Arizona, 12-16 May, 1997: *Soil erosion, environment and soil construction planning in Sindh. *Agro forestry, a contribution to reducing global warming and conserving biodiversity. - Waste Reduction and Minimisation for Sustainable Ecology: Sofia Bulgaria, 15-18 May, 1997: *Criteria for agriculture waste management on a model farm in Sindh-Pakistan. - 13th Meeting of the International Society for Health Care Technology Assessment - Barcelona Spain, 25-28 May, 1997: *Women’s health and human right. - Technologies for Activities Implemented Jointly, Gloucestershire, U.K., 26-29 May, 1997: *A scope for better utilisation of poultry dropping by converting it into cattle feed and methane. - Environmentally, Sustainable Development, Land Quality Indicator Related Project, May 1997: *Set-up an Institute for sustainable agriculture for women. - International Symposium, Workshop and Training Combating Desertification: Connecting science with Community Action, Phoenix - Arizona, USA, May 1997: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Sindh-Pakistan. - Biodiversity in Managed Forest in Sweden May-June 1997: *Forest situation in Pakistan and planning its future. - Sustainable Development Success Stories, 2nd Edition, New York, June 1997: *Sustainable agriculture: An example at Panhwar Fruit Farm. - 18th ICDE World Conference “The New Learning Environment: A Global perspective. The Pennsylvania State University 2-6 June, 1997: *Women and girls, tradition, modernity and post-modernity in education in the Province of Sindh-Pakistan. *Literacy for women and their participation in the labour force in Pakistan. *Penetration and potential of technology. - International Council for Distance Education: Distance Education in Developing Countries, June 5, 1997: *In adapting a common standard such as ISO 9000, which is constantly being upgraded: How do we keep up with change. - International Grassland Congress Theme # 29 Agroforest, June 10, 1997: *Forest situation in Pakistan and planning it future. - XVIII International Grassland Congress’97 June 11th 1997: *Role of Boron in agriculture. - Participatory Action Research. World Congress on Participatory Action, Learning and Process Management, Cartagera Colombia, June 10-24, 1997: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan. - 7th Congress for Tropical and Sub-tropical Crops, 22-25 June, 1997: *Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops. - 52nd Annual Conference of the Soil and Water Conservation society, Ankeny, Iowa, 24-25 July, 1997: *Tillage trans-location and tillage erosion system. - Proceedings first International Sweet Sorghum Conference, August 15, 1997: *Sorghum practise in Sindh-Pakistan. - IUFRO Conference on Silvi-culture and Improvement of Eucalyptus, Brazil, 24-29 August, 1997: *Forest situation in Pakistan. - 2nd World Rural Health Congress, Durban, South Africa, 14-17 September, 1997: *Women health and human right. - International Symposium on Soil Erosion and Dryland Farming (SEDF 97) - Xian, P.R. China, September 15, 1997: *Regional soil erosion, environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh, Pakistan. *Protection of Eco-system/natural resources. By eliminating use of herbicide by using mulching for weed control. *Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable method. - XI-World Forestry Congress, Antalya 13-22 October, 1997: *Biological diversity, its social and economic effect and sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh Pakistan. *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan. *Forest situation in Pakistan and planning its future. *Rising temperatures and future hazards for malaria. *Seepage of water from river Indus and occurrence of fresh water in Sindh. *Regional soil erosion, enviornment and soil conservation planning in Sindh, Pakistan. *Agro-forestry, a contribution to reducing global warming and conserving biodiversity. A case study from Sindh-Pakistan. - Pre-Proceeding of the Working Group and Intigrated Land use and forest Policies: XI World Forest Congress, Antalya/Turkey, 13-22 October, 1997: *Conserving agro-forestry is the solution of future global warming and biodiversity in Sindh. *Biological diversity its social and economic effect and sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh-Pakistan. *Rural and farming system analysis environmental prospects. *Regional soil erosion, environment and soil conservation practice in Sindh. *Advance technology and disturbance of biotic factors. - XI International Conference on STD/AIDs in Africa. *Women and AID/HIV situation in Sindh-Pakistan and its future planning. - VI International Conference on Maternal and Neonatal Health, Sao Paulo-Brazil, November 1-5, 1997: *Neonatal health in Pakistan. *Pakistan laws and violence and abuse against women. *Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion service in Pakistan. *Women and AID/HIV situation in Sindh (Pakistan) and its future planning. - International Seed Testing Association, 1997: *Neem tree (Azadirachin - Indica) A natural pesticide practice in Pakistan. - 6th Women and Labour Conference 28-30th November, 1997: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture. Trial in Pakistan. *Literacy for women and girls: Participation in the labour force in Pakistan. - Wildlife and Environment - Magazine, Vol.6, No.3, Oct-Dec., 1997: *Earthworm, vermicast and vermiculture. - Environment and Society: Education and Public Awareness for Sustainability, Thessaloniki 8-12 December, 1997: *Environment and society, education and public awareness for sustainability practice in Pakistan. *Develop net and application of information technology. Prospect and problem in Sindh. - Second ASIO Regional Literacy Forum: Innovation and Professionalisation in Adult Literacy: A focus on Diversity, New Delhi - India, February 9-13, 1998: *Action research in science, mathematics technology education in Pakistan. - Ethomedicine Meeting 16 February, 1998: *Medicinal plant conservation in Sindh-Pakistan. - Pesticide use in Developing Countries: Impact on Health and Environment, 23-28 February, 1998 in San Jose - Costa Rica: *The presently standardised pesticides in Pakistan and need for change. - L Lin E - Life Long Learning in Europe 40-1998 Magazine -Finland.: *Distance education will act as instrument for bringing social change. - 10th World Congress of the World Council of Comparative Education, Cape town, South Africa, 1998: *Communication gap in education. - First International Conference on Date Palm, February 1998: *Date palm in Sindh - Pakistan. - Pedagogy and Theatre of Oppressed Conference, March 5-7, 1998: *Rural versus urban injustice in Sindh-Pakistan. - World Council of comparative Education Society Conference March, 1998: *Women technology and distance education: Sharing experience in Sindh. *Communication gap in education in Sindh-Pakistan. - Second International Conference on quality Management of Fruits and Vegetables from Field to Table, Turku, Finland, 22-25 April, 1998: *Rural women and sustaibale agriculture trial in Pakistan. *The neem tree (Azadirachin Indica A. Juss) natural pesticide practice in Pakistan. *Genetic breeding and selection of mango in Pakistan. *Quality and processing of food and fibre practice in Pakistan. *Post-harvest diseases and disorder of fruits and vegtables in Pakistan. *The role of bio-technology, in nutritional point of view. - XVI World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, May 1998: *Women and AID/HIV situation in Sindh (Pakistan) and its future planning. - International Symposium on Agro-Environmental Issue and future Strategies - Towards 21st Century May 25-30 1998: *Sustainable agriculture - an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm. - International Conference “Trend in Environmental Engineering Developing Education in Ecology Treedeco-98-f Bulgaria 28-30th May 1998: *Environment and society education. - 10th International Congress on Breast Disease 31st May - 4th June 1998: *Genetic testing for hereditary breast cancer. - World Conference on Horticultural Research 17-20 June 1998 in Rome Italy: *Women and organic agriculture in Pakistan. - 3rd world Wide Congress on the Processing Tomato - June 1998: *Tomato processing in Sindh-Pakistan. - International conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Food, Energy and Industry, June 23-27 1998: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan. - Second International Conference on Women in Agriculture June 28 - July 2 1998: *Models of how women can gain greater recognition of their contributions (day to day agr.). - Asia and Pacific Mycological Conference on Biodiversity and Biotechnology, June 1998: *Biological diversity its social and economic effects and sustainable Eco-system practice in Sindh-Pakistan. *Genetically heading improved food manufacturing. *Long chain poly unsaturated fatty acid and its use in infant formula. *Hermiculase enzyme and it use in bread making. - Fruit Gardner California Rare Fruit Growers July/August 1998: *Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops. - The Supporting Roots-Structure and Function Bordeaux-France - July 20-24 1998: *Supporting roots - structure and function. - 31st Annual Meeting of the society for Nutrition Education 21-27th 1998: *The role of biotechnology, nutritional point of view. - SNE’s 31st Annual Meeting in Albugnergne, July 18-22, 1998: *The role of biotechnology, in nutritional point of view. *Causes of malnutrition and nutritional suffering despite a healthy food. - Indigenous plant use forum 30 June - 3rd July 1998: *Medicinal plant conservation. *The neem tree (Azadirachain-Indica A. Juss) a natural pesticide practice in Pakistan. *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Pakistan. - Third International Conference on Forest Vegetation 24 August, 1998: *Influence of forest vegetation management on ecosystem practice in Sindh-Pakistan. - International cross-cultural black women’s studies having 8th World Conference of the International , Cross-culture, 7 September, 1998: *Women’s empowerment and technology. - Working Together for Better Health , Cardiff, U.K., 23-25 September, 1998: *Women and AID/HIV situation in Sindh Pakistan and its future planning. *Occupational diseases of agriculture in Pakistan. - Health of Women Health of the Families first World Conference, Budapest, Hungary, 1-3 October, 1998: *Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion service. - International Symposium on Global Concern for Forest Resource Utilisation Sustainable use and Management, Miyazaki, Japan, 5-8 October, 1998: *Sustainable development. - IUFRO - Inter Divisional Seoul Conference Forest Eco-System and Land use in Mountain Area, Seoul Korea, 12-17 October, 1998: *Regional and soil erosion environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh. *Forest situation in Pakistan and planning its future. *Influence of forest vegetation management on ecosystem practice in Sindh. *Advance technologies and disturbance of biotic factors by human. *Conserving, agro-forestry is the solution of future global warming and bio-diversity, Sindh case of study. - International Conference on Tropical Forest and Climatic Change Status, issues and challenges, Manila, Philippines, 19-22 October, 1998: *Conserving biodiversity: Agro-forestry as solution to future global warming. - International Symposium Environmental Engineering and Health Science: A Joint Effort for the XXI Century, Cholula, Pucbla, Mexico, 26-30 October, 1998: *The presently standardise in Pakistan and need for change. *Environment and society, education and public awareness for sustaibnability practice in Pakistan. *Occupational diseases of agriculture in Pakistan. - 2nd International Conference on Wetlands and Development, Dakar-Senegal, 10-14 November, 1998: *Scope for prawn farming along the Sindh coast. *Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods. - Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association, No.51, 1998: *Women and distance education in Sindh-Pakistan. - Sixth International Mango Symposium, November, 1998: *Genetics breeding and selection of mangoes in Pakistan. - Agricultural Engineering Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 December, 1988: *Regional soil erosion-environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh. *The role of growth regulators on soil of mango plantation. *Advance technologies for coconut processing future in Pakistan. - TWOW Second General Assembly and International Conference, Cape town South Africa 8-11 February, 1988: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Pakistan. - XV World Congress on Occupational Safety and Health Sao Paulo, Brazil, 12-16 April, 1999: *Occupational diseases of agriculture in Pakistan. *Advance technologies and disturbance of biotic factors by human. - International Symposium on society and Resource Management, May 1999: *Regional soil erosion-environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh. *Rural and farming system analysis environmental perspective. - 10th International Soil Conservation Organisation Conference, West Lafyette - Indiana, USA, 23-27 May, 1999: *Rural women and sustainable agriculture trial in Sindh. - Biosphere - Quarterly Magazine, April-June, 1999: *Suspected poison in our milk. - World Conference on Breast Cancer - July 13-17, Kingston Ontario Canada: *Day to day use of those chemicals in Pakistan, which contribute to cancer. - Tropical Fruit News - Magazine (Kare Fruit Council International, Inc., USA) December Vol.33, No.12: *Magic of mulch in Pakistan. - 10th ISCO Meeting, West Lafayette, IN, USA, 1999: *Protection of Eco-system/natural resources by eliminating use of herbicide by mulching for weed control. *Managing water resources in rapidly growing meteropolies in Pakistan. *Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods. *The tree Azadirachin Indica - A natural pesticide practice in Pakistan. *Regional soil erosion, environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh-Pakistan. *Rural women and sustainable agricultural trials in Pakistan. - TIA 2000 Conference , January 2000: *Women and girls tradition, modernity and post-modernity in education in the Province of Sindh-Pakistan. - International Symposium on Protected Cultivation in Mild Winter Climate, February 2, 2000: *Protected cultivation in Mild winter climate in Sindh-Pakistan. - TZFTS - Newsletter ISHS Working Group on Temperate Zone Fruit in the Tropics and Sub-tropics, Turkey, Vol.1, No.2, March 2000: *Post-harvest technology of tropical and sub-tropical fruits in Sindh-Pakistan. - Ed 2000 15-18 May, 2000: *Present and future role of biological science education in Sindh-Pakistan. - First International Conference on Soils of Urban, Industrial Traffic and Mining Area, July 12-18, 2000, Essen/Germany. *Soil observed in urban site. Research Institute Visited: - Mrs. Farzana Panhwar visited following institutes specialising in introduction of fruit and vegetable crops and post-harvest technology. 1987 United Kingdom. *Kew, Richmond, surrey, TW9 3AB. *Silose, Bedford MD45 4DTG. *Efford Experimental Horticulture Station, Lymington, Hampshire SO4 OLZ. *The Horticultural Centre, Loughgall, Co. Armagh, BT61 8JA, N. Ireland. 1987 Italy. *Institute of Pomology and Tree Growing Science, via Filippo Re, 6, 40126 Bologna. 1989 Australia. *Regional Office, Department of Agriculture, Coolibah Street, Kununurra 6743. *Department of Primary Production, P.O. Box 4160, Darwin, NT 5794. *Department of Primary Production, Katherine NT 5780. *Horticultural Research Station Gosford 2250. *Department of Primary Industries, P.O. Box 538, Howen 4805. *Department of Primary Industries, P.O. Box 46, Brisbane 4000. 1989 France. *Station C.T.I.F.L de Chatte, “Les Colombieres”, 38160 Saint Marcellin. *Commissariat a 1’Energie Atomique, Centre D’Etudes Nucleaires de Cadarache, B.P. n°1, 13 115 Saint-Paul-lez-Durance. *Les Graines Caillard S.A., Domaine du Moulin, F. 84260, 84260 - Sarrians. 1989 Germany. *Hamburg’s Experimental Horticultural Station Funfhausen, Ochsenwerder Landscheideweg 277, 2050, Hamburg 80. *Department of Horticulture of the University of Hannover, Herrenhauser Str.2, 3000 Hannover 21. *State Teaching and Experiment Station of Horticulture, Diebsweg 2, 6900 Heidelberg. 1989 The Netherlands. *Horticulture and glasshouse Climate Cutflowers Carnation, Linnaeuslaan 2a, 1431 JV Aalsmeer. *Research Station for Arable Farming and Field Production of Vegetables, Edlhertweg 1, Lelystad. 1989 United States of America. *U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory (USDA), 2120 Camden road, Orlando, Florida 32803. *Citrus Research and Education Centre, 700 Experiment Station road, Lake Alfred, FL-33850. *Institute of Food and Agricultural l Sciences, Gainsville, FL-32611. *Fairchild Tropical Garden, 10901 Old Cutler Road, Miami, FL 33156. *Tropical Research and Education Centre, 18905, S.W. 280th Street, Homestead, FL-33031. *University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720. *Horticultural Crops Research Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, USDA, 2021 Soutpeach Avenue, Fresno, CA 93727. *Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, Department of Horticulture, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. 1990 United Kingdom. *Experimental Horticulture Unit, Aldroughty Farm, Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland. *University of bath, School of Biological Sciences, Plant Biology Group, Claverton Down, bath BA2 7AY, U.K. *East Malling Research Station, East Malling, Maidstone, Kent, ME19 6BJ, England. 1990 Turkey. *Ataturk Horticultural Research Institute, P.O. Box 15, Yalova-Istanbul, Turkey. *University of Aegean, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture, Bornova-Izmir. *University of Ankara, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture, Ankara. 1991 Greece. *Agricultural College of Athens, State Institute, Iera Odos 75, GR 118 55 Athens. *Agricultural Research Station, Ministry of Agriculture, GR 471 00 Arta. 1991 Spain. *Regional Centre of Agricultural Research and Development, Alameda del Obispo, Apartado 240, Cordoba. *Centre of Horticultural Research and Development, Communidad Autonoma de Andalucia. *Experimental Centre for Agronomical Economics, “La Mayora”, El Algarrobo Malaga. 1991 Puerto Rico. *University of Puerto Rico, college of Agriculture Science, Department of Horticulture, Mayaguez. 1991 United States of America: *U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory (USDA), 2120 Camden Road, Orlando, FL-32803. *Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Gainvesville, FL 32611. *Citrus Research and Education Centre, 700, Experiment Station Road, Lake Alfred, FL33850 *Fairchild Tropical Garden, 1090 Cutler Road, Miami, FL 33156. *University of California, Davis, CA 95616. *Straybing Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, Golden Gate Park, 9th Ave., Lincoln Way, San Francisco, CA 94122. *Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Texas 77843. *Texas A&M University Research and Extension Centre, 17360 Coit Road, Dallas, Texas 75252. *Texas A&M University Research Centre, 1380 A&M Circle, El Paso, Texas 79927. 1992 Germany. *Experimental Station for Fruit and Vegetable Growing, Chamber of Agriculture Rheinland, Gartenstrasse, 5000 Koln 71 - Auweiller. *University of Hohenheim, Schloss Westhof, Postfach 700562. *Federal Biological research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry, Institute for Plant Protection in Fruit Crops, Schwabenheimerstr. 101, 6901, Dossenheim bei Heidelberg. *Institute of Viticulture, Von-Lade-Strasse 1, Postfch 1154 6222 Gisenheim. 1992 Italy. *Institute of Tree Growing Science, Via del Borphetto 80, 56100 Pisa. *Instituto Sperimentale per la Fruitticoltura, Via Fioranello 52, Roma. *Fruit Growing Institute, Torino, Via P. Giura 1, 10126, Torina. 1992 The Netherlands. *Institute for Horticultural Plant Breeding, Mansholtlaan 15, P.O. Box 16, 6700 AA Wageningen. *Institute for Research on Storage and Processing of Horticultural Produce, Haagsteeg 6, P.O. Box 17, 6700 AA Wageningen. *Research Station for Fruit Growing, 4475 AN Wilhelminadrop. 1992 Switzerland. *Swiss Federal Research Station of Fruit Growing, Viticulture and Horticulture, CH-8820 Wadenswii. *Swiss Federal Agricultural Research Station, CH-1260 Nyon. 1992 Austria. *University of Innsbruck, Naturwissenshaftliche Fakultat Botanisches Institut, Innrain 52, 6020 Innsbruck (Austrlia). 1992 United States of America. *Agricultural Research Centre, PO Box 248, Fort Pierce, FL 33454. *Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Gainesville, FL 32611. *University of California, Riverside, CA 92521. *Irrigated Desert Research Station USDA, Agricultural Research Service, 4151 Highway 85, Brawley, CA 92227. *University of California, Davis, CA 95616. *Georgia Coastal Plains Experiment Station, Tifton, Georgia 31794. 1993 Egypt. *Agriculture Foreign Relations, Ministry of Agriculture, Cairo, Egypt. *Ain Shams University, Faculty of Agriuclture, Department of Agriculture, Cairo, Egypt. *Al-Azhar University, Director General ADS Project Gamaa Str. Giza, Cairo. MEDAL AND AWARDS  Medal of Honours 2000 Millennium, Gold Medal, American Biographical Institute, USA.  Switzerland Rural Creativity Award, Women World Summit Foundation - 1997.  Sustainable Development Success Stories; 2nd edition United Nations Department for Policy Co-ordination and Sustainable Development; Sustainable Agriculture an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm; New York - June 1997, USA. PAPERS ACCEPTED AND PUBLISHED IN FOLLOWING INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL CONFERENCES AND MAGAZINES/JOURNALS PAPEWRS ACCEPTED AND PUBLISHED IN FOLLOWING INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND MAGAZINES/JOURNALS CONFERENCES  Design of an aquaculture enterprise; J. Pakistan Agriculture, October - 1985; pp. 51-52. Pakistan.  The flora of Thar and Kohistan Deserts, J. Sindh Quarterly; Vol. XVI, 1988, No.3, pp. 46-54. Pakistan.  New resource for the oleochemical and agro-chemical industry, J. Sindh Quarterly, Vol. VII, 1989, No.4, pp. 29-40, Pakistan.  Improving the living environment for the urban poor: Towards, sustainable development in Pakistan, Cairo International Conference; Improving the living Environment for the Urban Poor; Preparatory meeting to HABITAT II; The Society for Upgrading the Built Environment SUBE, United Nation Centre for Human Settlements, HABITAT; Cario 18-21 December 1995. pp. 7-11; total pages 307, Egypt.  Sustainable Development through Community education; Sustainable agriculture in Pakistan, International Community Education Association; ICEA World Conference, Jomtien, Thailand - 31st July 1995 - 4th August 1995. England.  Scope of prawn farming along Sindh coast, PIMA magazine; August 1995; pp. 56-57, Pakistan.  Rural Women and Sustainable Agriculture in Sindh-Pakistan, The III International Symposium for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Roros, Norway, 10-16th March 1995. Helge Christie-N-2540 Tolga, Norway.  Fifteen years Trials with Sustainable Methods on Fruit Tree at Khesano Sindh, Symposium 1995 FAO 1945-1995, Quebec 50th Anniversary October 12-13th 1995, Research & Development Centre, 2560 Hochelage Boulevard Canada.  From the ground up and around the world, project profiles of grass roots initiatives in sustainable agriculture and rural development, Women, Food and Agriculture Working Group and World Sustainable Agriculture Association; Sept. 1995; Sindh Rural Women’s Uplift Group; pp. 24-30 - total pages 143. USA.  Consumer verses farmer and health issue, The existing pesticide and human health hazard, Women farmer vision, Rural development, and Rural women and sustainable agricultural trial in Pakistan, The 3rd International Symposium for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development, Roros-Norway 10-16th March 1995; Final Report - Submission to the United Nations Commission on Sustainable Development 11-28th April 1995, New York.  Modified System of Irrigation Involving Sustainable Methods, ifoam’96; Organic Agriculture in Copenhagen August - 1996, p. 101, total pages 209.  Towards Sustainable land use furthering co-operation between people and institutions, ISCO; 9th Conference of the International Soil Conservation Organisation; Bonn, Germany, 26-30 August 1996, Book of Abstract.  Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion services, International Conference on Reducing the Need and Improving the Quality of Abortion Services, 27-29 March 1996; Proceedings - pp. 331-338, The Netherlands.  Day to day use those chemicals in Pakistan which contribute to cancer, International Conference, Human Health and Toxic Chemicals, University of Warwick on 26-28 July, 1996, A declaration on Food and Healthy living, to present to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) at the Global Food Summit in Rome, November 1996.  Literacy for women, Seminarifrnes Bruger Service Centre, Centre for Applied Information in Teacher Education, Ministry of Education, Denmark; Euro Education 96, Aslborg Kongress and Kulture Centre 21-24 May, 1996 - Denmark.  Impact of Biotechnology in Reducing Poverty and Hunger in Pakistan, Arizona Prevention Centre Nutrition and Physical Activity Unit Tucson AZ 85719, USA, The Fourth International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods.  14th International Symposium on Sustainable Farming System, 11-16 November 1996, Colombo - Sri-Lanka; Sustainable Methods as applied to raising fruit corps.  Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods, ifoam’96 Blegdamsvej 4 - DK 2200 Copenhagen - N - Denmark.  Literacy, income generation, and poverty elevation in Sindh - Pakistan and its impact on economic development, human resource development in Pakistan, 9th World Congress on Comparative Education in July, 1996 at Sydney - Australia.  Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods - p. 271, Protection of Ecosystem/Natural resources by eliminating use of herbicide by using mulching for weed control - p. 295, Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan - p. 342 and Total page 391, 9th Conference of the International Soil Conservation Organisation (ISCO); Towards Sustainable Land use furthering co-operation between people and institute, Bonn, Germany - 26-30 August, 1996.  Modified System of Irrigation, ISCO’96 Secretariat; the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety - Bonn - Germany.   Tillage erosion in Sindh, 52nd Annual Conference of the Soil and Water Conservation Society - 24-25 Toronto.  Abortion Service in Pakistan, Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion service in Pakistan and Pakistan laws and violence and abuse against women. An International Conference Violence, abuse and women’s citizenship; Brighton, UK, 10-15 November, 1996.  Sustainable agriculture an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm, 5th International Congress of Ethnobilogiy - Kenya 2-6 September, 1996.  Samphire - an edible crop for Sindh, Wild life Environment Magazine; Oct-Dec 96, pp. 30-32 Pakistan.  Flora of Kohistan translated in Sindhi, J. Kinjeer Pakistan No.45; July 1996; pp. 30-37.  Sindh-Pakistan: Tomato Processing in Sindh-Pakistan, World Information Centre for the Processing Industry, Amiton/News, France. pp. 24-26 - total pages 44.  Women and Girls tradition, modernity and post modernity in education, Teaching to Promote Women Health; International Multidisciplinary Conference; Hosted by Women’s College Hospital at University of Toronto - June 13-15 - 1996.  The advent of biological (Green) pesticides in the agricultural sector in Pakistan, New challenges, new business opportunity, IBC International Conference -Asia - Pacific Agrochemical and Agriculture -Machinery sellers, buyers, and user’s Conference 1996, 21-23 Oct. 1996, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  Biological Diversity its Social and Economic Effect and Sustainable Eco-System practice in Sindh-Pakistan, 14th International Symposium on Sustainable Farming System 11-16, Nov. 1996, Colombo, Sri-Lanka.  Women’s health and human rights and Women and girls tradition, modernity and post-modernity in education. International Multidisciplinary Conference, hosted by women’s college hospital, June 13-15, 1996, USA.  Rural Women and Sustainable Agriculture Trials in Pakistan, Second International Conference - Women in Rural Development. Humbddt - University of Berlin - Germany; June 28-30; 1996, p. 22, Book of Abstract.  The Unknown Urban Soil Detection Resources and Facts, First International Conference on Soils of Urban Industrial, Traffic and Mining Areas; Proceedings Vol.1.  Soil observed in urban sites, WG SUITMA - Working Group Soils of Urban - Industrial Traffic and Mining Areas, IUSS/BU-International Union of Soil Science, AKS - Arbiets Kreis - Working Group Urban Soils, Organised by DBG - German Soil Science Society, AFES - French Soil Science Society, pp. 29-32.  Environment and Society - Education and Public Awareness for Sustainability, Proceeding of the Thessalonki International Conference - 8-12 Dec. 1997; UNESCO & Government of Greece.  For All Generation making world agriculture more sustainable, WSAA pp. 521-526 - 1997, OM Publication, USA.  Setting upon institute of sustainable agriculture for women, Land Quality Indicators Programmes; LQI related projects; Inventory, May 1997 - USA.  Biological diversity, its social and economic effect and sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh-Pakistan, Proceedings of the XI World Forestry Congress 13-22 Oct. 1997. Anatalya - Turkey; Vol.2; p. 164.  Day to day use of those chemicals in Pakistan which contribute to cancer, World Conference on Breast Cancer; 13-17 July 1997; Queens University Kingsotn, Ontario - Canada; Abstract., p.56.  Sorghum Practice in Sindh, First International Sweet Sorghum Conference, Sept. 15-19 - 1997, Beijing China, Proceedings, pp.11-17.  Seepage of water from the river Indus and occurrence of fresh ground water in Sindh, XVIII International Grassland and Congress’97, # 205, 1235-17 Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 8-19, 1997.  Women’s World Summit Foundation; 1997 Prize for Women’s Creativity in Rural Life, P.O. Box 2001, 1211 Geneva 1, Switzerland.  World Rural Women’s Day Celebration In Hyderabad Translated in Sindhi November 1997 - Magazine Sindhi Zarat, Pakistan.  Rural Women and Sustainable Agriculture in Sindh, 2nd World Rural Health Congress, 14-17th September 1997. Durban, Australia.  Regional Soil erosion, environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh, International Symposium on Soil Erosion and Dry land Farming (JEDF97); Sep. 15-19, 1997; Xi’an P.R. of China.  Earthworms, Vermicasts and vermiculture, J. Wild life & Environment; Oct - Dec, 1997, pp. 25-29, Pakistan.  World Conference on Breast Cancer Canada; part of Global Action Process Review Process Committee Move Forward - Take Action.  Development and application of information technology prospect and problems in Sindh-Pakistan-Rural versus urban education and Environment and Society: Education and Public Awareness for Sustainability. International Conference; Environment and Society; Education and Public Awareness for Sustainability; Thessaloniki, Greece 8-12 December 1997.  Neonatal health in Pakistan, Pakistan’s law and violence and abuses against women, Reducing the need and improving the quality of abortion services in Pakistan and Women and AID/HIV situation in Pakistan and its future planning. VI International Conference on Maternal and Neonatal Health held in Campaigns , SP. Brazil, 3-5th November 1997.  Conserving agro-forestry in the solution of future global warming and biodiversity Sindh-Pakistan, Biological diversity: Its social and economic effects and sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh-Pakistan, Rural and farming system analysis environmental prospective, Regional soil erosion, environment and soil-conservation planning in Sindh-Pakistan and Advance technology and disturbance of biotic factor by human. Proceedings of the XI World Forestry Congress 13-22 Oct. 1997. Anatalya - Turkey.  Profile Farzana Panhwar, J. Pakistan & Gulf Economist, p.52, Pakistan.  Literacy for women and their participation in the labour force in Pakistan, 18th ICDE World Conference, The Pennsylvania State University, June 2-6, 1997, USA.  Criteria for agriculture waste management on Model Farm in Sindh - Pakistan, Int’l. Conference Waste Reduction and Minimization for a Sustainable Ecology Wreminsec 97, Sofia, Bulgaria, 15-18 May, 1997.  Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops, Southern African Society for Horticultural Sciences, Nelspruit, South Africa.  Women’s health and human right, 13th International Meeting of the International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care, Barcelona, Spain, 25-28 May, 1997.  Rural versus urban education in - Justice in Sindh-Pakistan, The University of Nebraska at Omaha, College of Continuing Studies, USA, March 5-7, 1997.  Neem tree (Azadirachain Indica A. Juss): A natural pesticide in Pakistan, International Seed Testing Associaiton, Rechenhoxzstrase, Zurich, Switzerland, 1997.  A scope for better utilisation of poultry droppings by converting it into cattle feed and methane, IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme Conference, 26 May, 1997, UK.  Forest situation in Pakistan and planning its future, “Biodiversity” Skog Forsk, Uppsala, Sweden, May-June 1997.  Biological diversity, its social and economic effects and sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh and Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan. XI World Forestry Congress, Antalya, Turkey, 13-22 Oct. 1997.  Combating desertification: Connecting science with community action rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan, US Dept. of Interior, Bureau of Land Management, May 1997, Arizona, USA.  Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan, 6th National Women and Labour Conference, 6 Sept. 1997. Australia.  Women and AIDS/HIV situation in Sindh-Pakistan and its future, Xth International Conference on STD/AIDS in Africa, 7-11 December, 1997, Abidjan.  Sustainable agriuclture an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm, Sustainable Development Success Stories, 2nd Ed. June 1997, New York, USA.  Controlling pests with plants, Eco Farm & Garden, J. The Canadian Organic Grower Spring 2004, Vol. 7, No. 2. 1998, Canada.  Conserving biodiversity: Agroforestry as a solution to future global warming (a Sindh case study), International Conference on Tropical Forests and Climat Change, Oct. 19-22, 1998, Manila, The Philippines.  Scope for prawn farming along the Sindh coast and Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods, 2nd International Conference on Wetland and Development, 10-14 November, 1998, Dakar, Senegal.  Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops, J. Fruit Gardner, California Rare Fruit Growers, Vol. 30, No.4, July/August, 1998, USA.  The Neem tree (Azadirachin - Indica Juss) Natural pesticide in Pakistan, The Role of Biotechnology, in nutrition point of view, Post-harvest, diseases and disorders of fruits and vegetables in Pakistan, Quality and processing of food and fibre practices in Pakistan and Genetic breeding and selection of mango in Pakistan, Agri-Food Quality II, 2nd International Conference, 22-25 April, 1998, Turku, Finland.  Biological diversity its social and economic effects and sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh, Influence of forest vegetaiton management on ecosystem practice in Sindh, Pakistan, Conserving agroforestry is the solution of future global warming and biodiversity, Sindh a case study and Genetic and breeding for crop quality and resistance, IUFRO, The Foresea Miyazaki Oct. 5-8, 1998, Miyazaki, Japan.  The role of mycorrhizaese in sub-tropical fruits, Genetically heading improved food manufacturing, Long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids and its use in infant formula and Hemicellulase enzyme and its use in breed making, Asia-Pacific Mycological Conference on Biodiversity and Biotechnology, 6-9 July, 1998, Huahin, Thailand.  Sustainable agriuclture - a Second Green Revolution? Landw.Gartnerische Fakultat Franen in der Landlliche Entiwicklung, 4 July, 1998, Berlin, Germany.  Sindh women need education, Daily Kawish Newspaper, Monday the 15th June, 1998, Pakistan.  Sustainable agriculture - a second green revolution?, Women and Sustainable rural Development, International Workshop in Berlin, 3-5 July, 1998, Berlin, Germany.  Pineapple in Pakistan, Third International Pineapple Symposium, 14 Sept. 1998, Chatchak, Bangkok, Thailand.  Sustainable methods as applied for raising fruit crops, J. Tropical Fruit News, Vol. 22, No. 9, Sept. 1998, p.13.  Rural and farming system analysis environmental prospective, Medicinal plants conservation, The Neem tree (Azadirachain Indica A Juss) a natural pesticide in Pakistan and Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan. Indigenous Plant use Forum, 30 June 3rd July 1998, Schoemandal Environmental Eucation Centre, Belgium.  Distance education will act as an instrument for bringing social change, J. LLineE, Lifelong Learining in Erope, Finland, No.4, 1998, pp.226-230.  Women and distance education in Sindh-Pakistan, Magazine IIZ-DVV, No.51, 1998, Bone, Germany.  The role of growth regulators in soil of mango plantation, 6th International Mango Symposium, No.9, 1998, Bankok, Thailand.  Women and AID/HIV stuation in Sindh Pakistan and future planning, IIIrd International Congress Alleopathy in Ecological Agriculture and Forestry, August 18-21, 1998, Dharwad, India.  Sustainable Agriuclture an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm: A Second Green Revolution of 1990’s, Women and Sustainable Rural Development, International Workshop Humboldt - July 3-5, 1998, Berlin, Germany.  The supporting roots - structure and function, Laboratoire de Rheologie du Bois de Bordeaux Domaine de I’Hermitage, July 20-24, Gazinel, France.  Action research in sicence, mathematics technology education in Pakistan, Second Asia Regional Literacy Forum, February 9-13, 1998, New Delhi, India.  Tomato processing and its future in Sindh, 6th ISHS International Symposium, on the Processing Tomato-Pamplona, 25-28 May 1998, Navarra, Spain.  Rural women and sustainable agriculture trials in Pakistan, 15th International Symposium of the Association for Farming System - 29 Nov. to 4th Dec. 1998, South Africa.  The presently standardised pesticides in Pakistan and need for change, International Symposium on Environment Engineering and Health Sciences: A Joint Effort for the XXI Century, Oct. 26-30, 1998, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico.  Gender equality in agriculture, 2nd International Conference on Women in Agriculture, USDA - Rural Development - Washington, June 28 - 2nd July, 1998, USA.  Women health and human right, Head of Women - Health of the Families, First World Conference, Oct. 1-3, 1998, Budapest, Hungary.  Influence of forest vegetation management on ecosystem practice in Sindh, Pine (Pinnace) varieties and cultural practice in Pakistan and Forest situation in Pakistan and planning its future. Third International Conference on Forest Vegetation, Management and Ecosystem Sustainability, May 30 1998, Canada.  Dates; its pests and diseases in Pakistan, The First International Conference on Date palms (FICDP); March 8-10, 1998, UAE.  Sustainable agriculture - An example at Panhwar Fruit Farm Pakistan, International Symposium on Agro-environmental Issues and Future Strategies: Towards 21st Century, May 25-30, 1998, Faisalabad, Pakistan.  The Neem tree (Azadirachin Indica A. Juss) a natural pesticide in Pakistan, IUFRO Workshop, 27 February, 1998. Bangkok, Thailand.  Medicinal plant conservation in Sindh, Pakistan, ARBEITSGEMEING SCHAFT ETHNOMEDIZINE, 16 February, 1998, Germany.  The Neem (Azadirachin Indica) tree, International Union of Forest Research Orgnaisation Meeting, June 1-4, 1998, San Juan Puerto Rico.  The presently standardise pesticides in Pakistan and need for change, International Conference on Pesticide, February 23, 1998.  National health in Pakistan, The International Health Promotion Conference, 23-25 Sept. 1998, Cardiff.  Technology and distance education: Sharing experience in Sindh Pakistan, KKVS Foundation, 26 Oct. 1998, Helsinki, Finland.  Regional soil erosion, environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh, International Agril. Eng. Conf., December 7-10, 1998, Bangkok, Thailand.  Conserving agroforestry is the solution of future global warming and biodiversity: A case study, Int’l. Conference on Tropical Forests and Climate Changes Status, Oct. 19-22, 1998, Makati, The Philippines.  Mulch the magic, Tropical Fruit News Magazine, RFCI, Inc., Vol. 33, No.12, Dec. 1999, pp. 9-11.  Suspected poison in our milk, J. Biosphere Quarterly, April-June 1999, Annual Issue, pp. 19-20. Pakistan.  Genetic testing for hereditary breast cancer, World Conference on Breast Cancer, Abstract Book, July 19, 1999.  Chicko (Sapidilla) a distraction fruit of Sindh, J. Monthly Zsaraee Dost, Karachi, No.2, February 1999.  Regional soil erosion, environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh Pakistan and Rural farming system analysis environment perspective, Conference Connections, Kenmore, Australia.  Rural and farming system analysis environmental perspective, XVth World Congress on Occupational Safety and health, 12-16 April, 1999, Sao Paulo Brazil.  Regional soil erosion environment and soil conservation planning in Sindh Pakistan and Modified system of irrigation involving sustainable methods, 10th International Soil Conservation Organisation Conference May 23-27, 1999, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA.  Biodiversity for soil conservation in Pakistan, Biological diversity its social and economic effects and Sustainable ecosystem practice in Sindh, 3rd International Congress of European Society for Soil Conservation, 30 November, 1999, Albal Valencia.  Genetic and breeding for crop quality and resistance and Genetic breeding and selection of mangoes in Pakistan, Biotechnology 2000 - The World Congress on Biotechnology, 3-8 September, 2000, ICC, Berlin, Germany.  The pubic and private forum: Arguing the case for partnership between the public and private sectors in Pakistan, Int’l. J. of Public Private Partnership, Vol. 2, No.3, May 2000, pp.501-510.  Post-harvest technology of tropical and sub-tropical fruits in Sindh, TZFTS Newsletter, of ISHS Working Group, Vol.1, No.2, March 2000, Turkey.  Urban areas soils of Pakistan, International Conference of Urban Industrial Traffic and Mining Areas, July 12-18, 2000, Germany.  Protected cultivation in mild winter climate in Sindh - Pakistan, International Symposium, on Protected Cultivation in Mild Winter Climate: Current Trends for Sustainable Technologies, March 10, 2000.  Biodiversity for soil conservation in Pakistan, Salab Communication Tropic: Iter-Linkages between biodiversity, Climate change and Soil Resources, February 19, 2000, Spain.  Sindh having 202 farm chemical out of which 63 are banned in developed countries, Daily SACH Newspaper (Sindhi), 7th March 2000.  Biotechnology evolved cotton, J. Pakistan Textile, Vol. XLIX, No.4, April 2000, pp.31-35.  Women and girls, tradition, modernity and post modernity in education in the province of Sindh, TIA 2000 - Third International Conference, 9-12 July 2000, Oxford, UK.  M.H. and Farzana Panhwar dedication to research, The Evening Star, 14 July, 2001.  Causes of rural poverty, LEISA Magazine, July 2001, Vol.17, No.2, The Netherlands.  Intellectual property rights and Pakistan’s mango production, Challenge is a Publication of Roots for Equity. Sponsored by the Heinrich Boll Foundatin (HBF), 26th June, 2002, Karachi, pp.13-15.  Mango exhibition, The Evening Star News, June ----------- 2003, Pakistan.  Impact of biotechnology in reducing poverty and hunger in Pakistan, J. Eubios of Asian and International Bioethics, EJAIB, Vol.13, (6), November, 2003, pp.223-224. Japan.  Valentine day the best married coupe Panhwar and Farzana interview in Sindh - Pakistan, Daily Kawish Newspaper, 14th February 2004.  The future of genetic engineering and Bougain Villea flower in Sindh, Horticulture Society of Pakistan, Flower Show 2004, pp.15-20.  A women of substance, Daily DAWN Newspaper’s Sec. ‘Science Tech. World’, November 27, 2004, Pakistan.  Organic Farming in Pakistan Page.2 Articles on Page 1 are : Organic product, Social Qualities with Equal and Fair Trade Constrains and Future, Impact of Biotechnology In reducing Poverty And Hunger in Pakistan, Composting As An Organic Fertilizer, Producing Pesticides Free Fruits And Vegetables ,Genetic Engineering , Biotechnology, Floriculture And It Future in Pakistan, Page Two: Gender Issue In Rural Development Of Sindh in Pakistan, Poultry Farming Practice in Sindh Pakistan, Chiko, Sapodilla . The Neglected Fruit of Sindh, The Characteristic of Rabbit Farming. City Farmer, Canada office of Urban Agriculture , Canada.2000.  Bioethics of Agriculture Policies in Pakistan, Learning Conference 2007, The Fourteenth International Conference on Learning – at the University of Witwaterstand, Johanesburg, South Africa, 26th to 29th June 2007.  Genetic breeding of mangoes in Pakistan,The Food Safety Network.2007.  Public and Private Sector Partnership in Pakistan, Sincronia Fall 2003.An E-Journal of Culture Studies , Department of Letters,University of Guadalajara.2003  The Future of Pakistan Agriculture ,Sincronia Winter 2006, An E-Journal of Culture Studies, Department of Letteres, University of Guadalajara.  Causes of rural poversty,LEISA Magazine July 2001.Vol.17.  Success Stories From Asia and the Pacific. Sustainable Agriculture: an example at Panhwar Fruit Farm,Earth Summit + 5, New York, 23-27 June 1997.  Environment and society: Education and Public Awareness and Sustainability: Mediterranean Information for Environment and Sustainable Development , Thessaloniki, Greece.  Agriculture Marketing Beyond Liberalisation in Pakistan , Challenges for Biothics in Asia, Eubios Journal, Eubios Ethics Institute.  Status of poultry farming in Sindh Pakistan. FAO Publication, INFPD Newsletter Vol.13 No.2, July-December 2003.  Rabbit Farming in Sindh.Pakistan,Countryside & Small Stock Journal: January 2004.  Impact of Biotechnology in Reducing Poverty and Hunger in Pakistan, Eubios Journal of asian and International Bioethics 13 (2003), 223-4 p.  Women and Distance Education in Sindh.Paksitan, Adult Education and Development Journal. Number 51, 1998, Germany.  Organic Farming in Pakistan, Diversification Farming organic, Organic-Center.UK.  Rural Women and Sustainable Agriculture in Pakistan, IX World Forestry Congress, Antalya, Turkey, 13 to 22 October 1999, Volume 5, Topic 28  Modified System of Irrigation Involving Sustainable Methods, IFOAM ’96, Book of abstracts, 11th IFOAM Scientific conference 11-15 August 1996, Copenhagen, Denmark.  Environmental Pollution in Sindh.Pakistan, Pakistan WebDirectory.2007.  Public and Private Sector Partnership in Pakistan, Sincronia , Ano: 2003, Numero:1. Mexico.  A scientific look at goat production and management in Pakistan, Dairy goat journal, USA, Volume 83, No.6, November/December ,2005  Turmeric (Curcuma longa) cultivation in Sindh.Paksitan, Peaceful Mind Magazine  Public and Private sector partnership in Pakistan , Universidad de Guadalajara Department de Letras 2003.  The Future of Pakistan agriculture, Universidad de Guadalajara Department de Letras.2006  Articles published by 2005 Digitalverlag GmbH are as under: Research papers and documents from Mrs. Panhwar published by ChemLin: [in alphabetical order] - Acclimatization and establishment of Micropropagation plants - Anti-nutritional Factors in Oil Seeds as Aflatoxin in Ground Nut - Bio availability of vitamin A and mango fruit in Sindh Pakistan - Bio ethical role in collection of local indigenous germplasm and earn money by selling of intellectual property right in Sindh, Pakistan - Biotechnologically Evolved Rice (Orzya Sativa) Crop. - Chemicals which show toxicological and carcinogenicity effect - Chiku or sapodilla - the neglected fruit of sindh - Climatic change in the past and its effect on Aquatic fauna in Sindh-Pakistan - Climatic changes of the past and its impact on the biological diversity in Sindh, Pakistan - Composting as an Organic Fertiliser - Cultural practice of olive growing and its future - Dairy goat in Sindh-Pakistan - Diseases of goat (The common diseases of goat, their symptoms, treatment, and methods used in Sindh, Pakistan) - Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Mineral Resources in Sindh, Pakistan - Forest Situation in Pakistan and Planning its Future - Future of Genetic Engineering and Bougainvillaea Flowers in Sindh, Pakistan - Garlic (Allium Satvum Litaceae) Cultural Practice in Sindh, Pakistan - Genetic Breeding and Selection of Mangoes in Pakistan - Genetic Engineering, Biotechnology, Floriculture and its Future in Pakistan - Genetic Engineering and Plumeria Flowers Future in Sindh, Pakistan - Genetically evolved guava (Psidium gaajava ) and its future in Pakistan - Genetically evolved papaya (carica) and its future in Sindh, Pakistan - Ginger (Zingiber officinate Rose) Cultivation in Sindh, Pakistan - Legume Chemistry and Biochemistry - Leucaena - Adaptation, Quality and Cultural Practices in Pakistan - Mediterranean fruit fly (Ceratitis capitata) attack on fruits and its control in Sindh Pakistan - Mulch, the Magic - New employment opportunities in fibre and food processing industries in Pakistan - Non-traditional Oilseeds and Oils - Nutrition Requirement of Goat - Oilseed crops future in Sindh Pakistan - Post-harvest technology of mango fruits, its development, physiology, pathology and marketing in Pakistan - Potato (Solanum tubersum L.) - Cultural practice in Sindh, Pakistan - Responses of plant metabolism on air pollution and climate in Sindh, Pakistan - Restriction and possibilities of aromatic plants and its future - Sorghum Practice in Sindh, Pakistan - Sustainable methods as applied to raising fruit crops - The Neem Tree (Azadirachin-Indica. A. Juss), a Natural Pesticide Practice in Pakistan - The Production of Barley (Hordeum Vulgare Linn) in Sindh-Pakistan - The Role of Nitrogen Fertiliser in Agriculture - The Use of Biotechnology in Sindh, Pakistan to improve Agriculture, its growth and bring Sustainable Development in the country - Turmeric (Curcuma longa) Cultivation in Sindh, Pakistan - Wheat cultivation in Sindh, Pakistan More about Farzana Panhwar in the WWW - A woman of substance With over 200 research papers published internationally in many languages throughout the world and the recipient of Rural Creativity Award, Gold Medal of Honor from the US and the UN Best Practice Award, Farzana Panhwar stands prominent in a society lacking far behind in education. - Prize for Women's Creativity in Rural Life 1997 from the World Women Summit Foundation. WWSF, a humanitarian, non-governmental and international, non-confessional and non-profit organization with United Nations consultative status (ECOSOC, UNFPA and DPI), works for a new development paradigm with and for women and children.

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M.H.Panhwar Trust
157-C.Unit.No.2.Latifabad.Hyderabad Sindh.Pakistan
Hyderabad.Sindh PA 71000   Pakistan
Contact Author: Farzana H Panhwar


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