State of Conservation (SOC)
Historic Centre of the Town of Goiás (2002)
UNESCO Extra-Budgetary Funds
International Assistance granted to the property
Total Amount Ap proved:57,288USD
|2002||Historic Center of the City of GOIAS (Rain and overflows)||7,288 USD|
|2002||Historic Center of the City of GOIAS (Rain and overflows)||50,000 USD|
Factors* affecting the property identified in previous reports
Current conservation issues
Analysis and Conclusion
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The World Heritage Committee,
Requests the State Party to provide by 1 February 2003, a progress report on the restoration works carried out on the property, for examination at its 27th session in June/July 2003.
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XIV.1 The Bureau approved the following requests for international assistance:
Cultural - Asia - Pakistan
Preparatory assistance for the nomination of the archaeological remains at Ranigat as an extension of Taxila World Heritage site
The Bureau approved US$ 30,000, subject to the State Party paying its dues to the World Heritage Fund.
Natural - Africa - Senegal
Derby Eland Monitoring Programme
The Bureau approved US$ 29,296 for this request, subject to the State Party paying its dues to the World Heritage Fund.
Natural - Arab States - Egypt
Meeting to prepare Tentative Lists for Natural Heritage in the Arab Region.
The Bureau approved this request for US$ 29,500.
Cultural - Europe - Norway
International Course on Wood Conservation Technology
The Bureau approved this request for US$ 30,000, requesting the State Party to take into consideration the comments of ICCROM.
Mixed - Latin America - Argentina
Sub-regional training workshop on Management and Administration of World Heritage properties.
The Bureau approved this request for US$ 22,350 requesting the World Heritage Centre to co-ordinate the implementation of the activity in close collaboration with the State Party as well as with the Advisory Bodies to ensure that the meeting is carried out with sub-regional participation.
Cultural - Latin America & Caribbean - Dominican Republic
Annual Seminary Workshop on Cultural Heritage Risk Prevention for the Caribbean and Central America
The Bureau approved this request for US$ 30,000, pending clarification by the State Party concerning the questions raised by ICCROM.
Cultural - Asia - Nepal
Emergency Technical-Co-operation for safeguarding measures at Lumbini, Birthplace of the Lord Buddha World Heritage site
The Bureau recommended reformulation of the request for re-examination by the Committee at its 26th session.
Cultural - Latin America & Caribbean - Brazil
Emergency Assistance for the Historic Centre of the City of Goiás (Rain and Overflows)
The Bureau approved US$ 7,288 as additional emergency assistance for this request.
Cultural - Latin America & Caribbean - Cuba
Emergency Assistance for the Convent of Santa Clara of Asissi, Old Havana and its Fortifications.
The Bureau approved US$ 75,000 for this activity.
Cultural - Arab States - Algeria
Elaboration of a Preliminary Plan of Conservation and Development of the M’ Zab Valley.
The Bureau recommended approval of US$ 35,000 by the Committee, requesting the World Heritage Centre to coordinate the implementation of the activity in close collaboration with the national authorities concerned.
Cultural - Asia - Turkmenistan
Reinforcement of the capacities of the Department for Protection and Restoration of Monuments, Turkmenistan, to conserve the World Heritage site of Ancient Merv.
The Bureau approved an initial US$ 30,000 for commencing the activity, and recommended that the remaining US$ 38,814 be approved by the World Heritage Committee in June 2002.
Cultural - Asia - Uzbekistan
Restoration of the medersa “Rachid” at Bukhara World Heritage site ICOMOS
The Bureau recommended reformulation by the State Party and re-examination of the request by the Committee at its 26th session.
The Committee is requested to note the decision by the Bureau (please refer to document WHC-02/CONF.202/2 - paragraphs XII. 110-113.
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The threats indicated are listed in alphabetical order; their order does not constitute a classification according to the importance of their impact on the property.
Furthermore, they are presented irrespective of the type of threat faced by the property, i.e. with specific and proven imminent danger (“ascertained danger”) or with threats which could have deleterious effects on the property’s Outstanding Universal Value (“potential danger”).