Saturday, 29 June 2024 -
13:00 to 17:00
British Council Lahore Library

Join us at the Lahore Library as we watch a series of wildlife documentaries produced by WWF Pakistan and learn about drone piloting for environmental protection with Abdul Rahim DronezWala!

Register today and spend an afternoon learning about Pakistan's exciting wildlife species, get all your burning questions about wildlife answered by an expert from WWF along with a thrilling demonstration of drones and how they can contribute to environmental sustainability and protection.

Event Details:

Date & Time: Saturday, 29 June 2024 - 01:00 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Location: British Council Lahore Library

Age Group: 18 and above

Registration Details:

Members can register here for PKR 700

Non-members can register here for PKR 1000

Register online and pay on the spot

This event is appropriate for adults aged 18 and above. Prior registration is mandatory and the registrations will close on 28 June 2024. Please note that you will receive a confirmation email from our library team with details of our access guidelines before the event. If you face any difficulty in registering for this event, please write to us at

About WWF:

Operational since 1970, WWF-Pakistan has grown from a small group of wildlife enthusiasts to the country’s largest environmental organization. Today, they are part of an international network, established in 1961, which has an active presence in over 100 countries across five continents, and has the support of five million people. 

As WWF has evolved, its focus has broadened from localized efforts and individual habitats and species to an ambitious strategy that is protecting freshwater resources, securing oceans, restoring and protecting vulnerable forests, transforming food and markets, protecting threatened wildlife and habitats, tackling climate change, and putting sustainability at the forefront in linear infrastructure development.

From WWF Pakistan, we will be joined by Hamera Aisha, Senior Manager of Wildlife Conservation. Hamera has been working on wildlife conservation including poaching, illegal wildlife trade, and wildlife rangers for nearly 15 years in Pakistan. Her work primarily focuses on research, in-situ conservation of wildlife, human-wildlife conflict, poaching, and inclusive conservation including key stakeholders. 

About Abdul Rahim DronezWala:

Abdul Rahim has over 8 years of experience in flying and building drones in Pakistan. He has been conducting highly interactive and engaging workshops where the participants get the opportunity to learn about drone technology, land surveying, and most importantly the role of aerial imagery in research areas like security, robotics, climate change, and environmental sustainability. He has done extensive work as a freelance aerial photographer for various private and government organizations, including the Punjab Information Technology Board, the Government of Punjab, and Information Technology University. Abdul Rahim was also involved in two research projects as a team member of the 2020 National Geographic Explorer, providing aerial coverage of wildlife from the glaciers of Gilgit-Baltistan to the vast landscapes of Balochistan and Sindh. 

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