Small support can save historical cultural heritage site from damage of Torrential stream related flash and greedy grave digger who ravage the old graves and mausoleums with beautiful paintings in false belief of gold buried in the graves. Under this support a stone pitching would be extend from the most vulnerable point to check the flood water and strong bar doors would be fixed to mausoleums to all visitor to view the beautiful scenery.
Kachho, as semi desert in west of Sindh province with population of 130000, is a semi desert area, people depend on rain dependent agricultural and livestock. But this area is rich in natural beauty and several historical and archeological sites. Mir Allahyar jo Qubo is one historical graveyard with high tourism potential. This historical graveyard is under threat from three fronts; in its west it is threatened by Mighty Nai Gaj (main torrential stream) the powerful flash floods.
With this support HHELP would put in place 100 feet stone pitching to check damage from successive Toenail stream flows, strong iron doors with bar in Mausoleums to check damage to the inner beauty and by grave diggers who ravage graves in search of gold, fill most big hole with soil made by rain and grave diggers and motivate and train local volunteers for protection of the mausoleum, media visit for further highlighting issue and mobilize concerned department n for further work.
Saving this cultural heritage from damage would preserve this cultural, historical and artistic heritage for coming generation and would have high tourism potential which will help the people of the area, and it can be major source for income generation of local community.