Integrated Pakistan is a non-political, non-profit, non-government
organization, which works for welfare of people through protection
of fauna, flora, biodiversity, environment protection and
sustainable development. The organization is registered with
One of the programs of HIP is to promote crafts products of
gypsy women, Punjab, Pakistan.
women in Habitat Training center
Integrated Pakistan had been providing training for crafts
products to these women, since 1999. These women are given
training in the field of wallets, eye glasses case, greeting
card, pouch, cloth bags, Christmas hanging, cushion covers,
for trousers, table mat, placemat, glass mat, cap, mobile
bag, pin cushion, doll necklace, brooch doll, mobile panel
of birds, stuffed- dolls, camel, deer, marble duck, marble
tortoise, bowl with six coasters (wooden), jewelry box wooden,
necklace, bracelet, beaded pen, key ring, floor rug mat (handloom).
In Jan 2004, Habitat Integrated Pakistan became a member of
Fair Trade Federation, United States of America and started
exporting crafts products to United States of America.
Inayat ullah Chaudhry was born on 25th December, 1932 in Ludina
in tehsil Gujranwah in India, before the participation of
sub-continent in 1947.He was the son of Mr. Chaudhry Abdullah,
a Government officer in sub-continent. Mr.Inayat Ullah Ch
was admitted in a local school. He started studying in the
local school of Gujranwah.
Later, he grew as a tall and fair fellow, 6 ft and one inch.
In 1945, he completed his Matriculation from the university
of the Punjab. Then he took admission in Punjab Agricultural
College, Lyallpur (now called Faisalabad).He took the degree
in Bachelor of Science in Agriculture in June, 1949 in excellent
grades. Later, he took admission in Pakistan Forest college,
Pakistan and attended the course of training during the years,from
1952 till 1954 and passed the examination and got the award
of the Diploma of the College with credit. He was therefore
awarded The Higher Standard Diploma of the college. He joined
the Forest government service, Pakistan. In 1969, Mr.Inayat
Ullah Chaudhry was awarded Master of Science in Forestry by
Washing State University, United States of America. In 1969,
with the cooperation of Department of State Agency for International
Development awarded a certificate of Achievement for the completion
of participation in a technical cooperation program in the
field of Forest management from Jan 1968 to Feb 1969. He kept
working as a forest government officer. Later, he was promoted
to conservator of Forests, Punjab, Pakistan. In 1989, he was
retired as a chief conservator of Forests, Punjab, Pakistan.
1989, he joined World Wild Fund For Nature, Pakistan and kept
working for it as a consultant for the organization. In 1992,
he with other retired forest government officers, established
a non-profit organization and named it as Habitat Integrated
Pakistan. It was a small budding organization. He was the
leader in the campaign of prevention of Bear-Baiting project,
funded by World Society For The Protection of Animals, United
Kingdom, Bear Society, South Africa, Heinrich Boll Foundation,
Germany, World Wild Fund For Nature, Pakistan and Ashram International,
London. On 28 th April, 1999, he died in Lahore, Pakistan.
Since his mission was not completed, so projects continued
in one form or another, such as women development and child
education. May his soul rest in peace. Ameen