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Making the Future: Conversations in Craft

Our new short video series brings together artisans, designers and curators to explore the future of heritage, design and craftsmanship.

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Turquoise Mountain was established in 2006 by HRH The Prince Of Wales to revive historic areas and traditional crafts, to provide jobs, skills and a renewed sense of pride.

In blending heritage buildings, education and enterprise, Turquoise Mountain has created sustainable urban regeneration that hosts the revival of artisan industries. Turquoise Mountain now works in Afghanistan, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. To find out more click on our country pages above.

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How we work

Turquoise Mountain works to protect heritage and communities at risk around the world, and to provide jobs, education and a renewed sense of pride. We focus on historic buildings and traditional crafts, in Afghanistan, Myanmar and the Middle East. Since 2006, Turquoise Mountain has restored over 150 historic buildings, employed and trained thousands of artisans and builders, built over 50 small businesses, and supported and generated $15.5 million in sales of traditional crafts to international markets.

150 Buildings restored worldwide

6K Trained in traditional crafts

$15.5M Craft sales supported and generated

4K Trained in heritage building restoration

1M Exhibition visitors

136K Patients treated

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