Business Planning for World Heritage Site Managers - a Toolkit
This project focused on strengthening the business planning capacity of non-profit organisations (government agencies, NGOs) charged with the responsibility for the management and protection of natural World Heritage sites that are currently under some degree of threat. It also had as an objective the development of a business planning toolkit for natural World Heritage site managers. The pilot project tested the relevance and impact of transferring core business skills to the managers of 4 natural World Heritage sites located in developing and middle income countries.
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"Business Planning for Natural World Heritage Sites - A Toolkit"
A follow-up agreement between UNESCO, Earthwatch and Shell has led to the launching of a 5 year field level capacity building initiative during which site managers from up to 15 natural World Heritage sites will receive training from Shell executives on business planning, followed by a one year monitoring and support effort.
- World Heritage Candidates announced for 2013 Business Planning Programme Tuesday, 11 June 2013
- 3rd annual Business Skills for Natural World Heritage Site manager training event held Tuesday, 29 November 2011
- Five World Heritage Sites in Africa Selected to Participate in Business Planning Programme Friday, 1 July 2011
- Business Skills training sessions begin for World Heritage sites Friday, 13 November 2009
- Business Skills for World Heritage Training Programme Launched Friday, 15 May 2009