State of Conservation (SOC)
National History Park – Citadel, Sans Souci, Ramiers (1993)
UNESCO Extra-Budgetary Funds
International Assistance granted to the property
Total Amount Ap proved:102,200USD
|1987||Training courses at the National History Park-Citadel, Sans ...||25,000 USD|
|1983||Masonry work and purchase of equipment for the restoration of ...||20,000 USD|
|1982||Equipment and construction material for the restoration work at ...||57,200 USD|
Factors* affecting the property identified in previous reports
- Rainwater infiltration;
Current conservation issues
[Oral report by ICOMOS and the Secretariat]
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National Historic Park - Citadelle, Sans Souci, Ramiers (Haiti)
A major ISPAN/UNDP/UNESCO project considerably contributed to the preservation and enhancement of the site and training of local personnel. The present economic and social situation has caused a serious decline in funding. But minimum and regular maintenance is being ensured by the national institute, ISPAN. Legal protection and management should be improved. Consolidation of the Sans Souci Palace and the rehabilitation of the Royal Gardens is required.
The Committee commended the Regional Project for the pioneer role in setting up this regional monitoring programme and the involvement of regional structures and experts. Several delegates expressed their interest in similar programmes being initiated in other regions, particularly Africa and Asia, drawing upon the experiences in Latin America. The Committee took note that the regional monitoring programme would be concluded in 1994 with the publication of a regional state of conservation report.
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Consolidation of the Sans Souci Palace and rehabilitation of the Royal Gardens required
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”).