World Heritage Centre http://whc.unesco.org?cid=305&l=en&action=list&searchDecisions=&search_decision=&search_focalpoint=&search_session_decision=17&search_status=&search_theme=&mode=rss World Heritage Centre - Committee Decisions 90 en Copyright 2019 UNESCO, World Heritage Centre Mon, 20 May 2019 15:27:17 EST UNESCO, World Heritage Centre - Decisions http://whc.unesco.org/document/logowhc.jpg http://whc.unesco.org 5 BUR III..14.A Requests for technical co-operation - Technical co-operation projects recommended for approval 14. The Bureau examined the deferred and new requests received from the States Parties to the Convention and made the following recommendations to the Committee.

 

A. Technical Co-operation requests projects recommended for approval

 

- Malta - Hal Saflieni Hypogeum (request n°130.1)

The Bureau recommended that the Committee grant technical co-operation consisting of equipment and one month's consultant mission for a total amount of $9,000 to help with the preservation of the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum.

 

- Malta - Ggantija and Valetta (request n°131.1/132.1)

The Bureau recommended that the Committee grant technical co-operation consisting of a two-week consultant mission to advise on setting up a stone research and conservation unit necessary for the preservation of Ggantija and Valletta, at a cost of $3,250.

 

- Poland - Cracow's Historic Centre (request n°29.1)

The Bureau recommended that technical co-operation in the form of equipment, the cost of which amounts to $75,500, be granted to Poland for the safeguarding of Cracow's Historic Centre.

 

- Syrian Arab Republic - City of Damascus (request n°20.1 revised)

The Bureau recommended that the Committee grant technical co-operation amounting to $120,000 in the form of equipment and financial assistance for conservation work in the City of Damascus.

 

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5 BUR III..B Requests for technical co-operation - Technical co-operation requests deferred B. Technical cooperation requests deferred

- Algeria - The Qal'ah of Beni Hammad (request n°102.1)

The Algerian authorities had submitted a request for assistance in connection with the preservation of the above site. The Bureau was informed that a preparatory assistance consultant mission would take place in July 1981 in order to prepare a revised, detailed request for technical co-operation for this site, which will be submitted to the Bureau at its 6th session.

- Algeria - Dey's Palace and Citadel Quarter of Setif (requests n°101.1 and 103.1)

These requests had to be deferred until a decision as to the inscription of these sites on the World Heritage List was reached.

- Ethiopia - Abiyata-Shala and Bale Mountain (requests n°111.1/112.1)

The Bureau deferred these requests for technical co-operation as both properties were not yet legally protected and thus did not qualify yet for inscription in the World Heritage List.

- Syrian Arab Republic - Bosra, Palmyra (requests n°22.1/23.1)

The Syrian government had requested equipment in connection with conservation work at these sites. The Bureau deferred these requests as further clarifications was necessary.

- Syrian Arab Republic - Aleppo (request n°21.1)

This request had to be deferred until a decision as to the inscription of the site on the World Heritage List was reached.

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5 BUR III..C Other technical co-operation requests Guinea - Mount Nimba (request n°155.1)

The Guinean authorities had requested equipment amounting to $48.510 for a scientific research programme for Mount Nimba. However, the Bureau felt that priority should be given to protective measures and to the establishment of a management plan for this site. The Bureau therefore encouraged Guinea to re-formulate and to re-submit a request along these lines.

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5 BUR IV..16.a Requests for emergency assistance 16. The Bureau granted emergency assistance to

(a) Pakistan: Salaries for workmen and purchase of equipment for emergency restoration work at Lahore Fort and Shalimar Gardens at the cost of $44,000 and $12,000 respectively.

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5 BUR IV..C.b Requests for emergency assistance 16. The Bureau granted emergency assistance to:

(b) Tunisia: Contribution of $95,000 for emergency restoration work at the Dar Haddad Palace in the Medina of Tunis.

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