Three photo exhibitions (Muzaffarabad Before and After by Talat Butt) to revive the cultural life of disaster area were organized, chahlum of the victims of the disaster was also observed.
This huge disaster changes the situation of the Kashmiri territory and also the style of the community. KRRC decided to capture this miserable condition of the people for future references.
36 hours of video recording hundreds of photographs, hours of interviews with victims, survivors, govt. officials, politicians and rescue workers were performed to record the disaster for making historical record. Assad Zia (KCT) managed this project.
The impact on health and education was devastating: 18,000 schoolchildren and 853 teachers lost their lives; 574 health facilities and 4,844 schools were destroyed. Over 955,000 school-age children had their education disrupted; 450,000 children aged 5-9 require immediate access to primary education.
Digital version of Kashmiri Qoum aping manzil ki talash main (Mr. GM Mir) was also developed (this is first ever computer version of book written by any Kashmiri author) Help was also extended to develop the websites of the many other organizations related to Kashmir. Important of this record will soon be available on the CD for quick reference, it is comprising of 34 important documents (starting from treaty with Tibetan/Chinese governments in 1842 to Lahore declaration signed between India and Pakistan in 1999, it also include UNO resolutions, 100 different articles, photo assay and more then 250 easy to use link to other relevant website.
This project has now developed as “Srinagar dot Com " under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Aurangzaib and is providing valuable services in shape of internet cafe and an institute of computer Sciences on the bases of sustainable development.
KRRC had the honor to organize a Kashmir Pavilion in Lok-Mela (folk festival) 1992 at Lok-Versa (folk heritage) Islamabad under Project Cultural Heritage. KRRC won a shield for its performance and excellence in portraying the rich Kashmiri cultural heritage and covering the deeply felt message of our just freedom struggle successfully
KRRC launched a pilot project with the name Project Relief, a humble effort made to help the refugees and others through donation of clothing items, household goods, food grain etc. The distribution of these articles has been direct, as well as through other organizations involved in relief operation. Students of Rawalpindi Medical College took active part in this project.