Decision : CONF 208 XVIII.3
Technical Co-operation approved by the Bureau
XVIII.3.1 CULTURAL United Republic of Tanzania
Preparation of a Management Plan for the Ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani Songo Mnara and the extension to Kilwa Masoko: The Bureau approved US$24,320 for this activity, subject to the approval by the Chairperson of a detailed budget breakdown.
XVIII.3.2 CULTURAL Algeria
Rehabilitation of the traditional hydraulic system in M'Zab Valley and the organization of a training workshop: The Bureau approved US$25,000 for this activity, subject to the State Party paying its arrears to the World Heritage Fund.
XVIII.3.3 CULTURAL Morocco
Rehabilitation and restoration of Bab Agnaou in the Medina of Marrakesh: The Bureau approved this request for US$22,984 requesting the computer equipment to be financed by the State Party.
XVIII.3.4 CULTURAL Estonia
Regional Conference on "Alternatives to Historical Reconstruction in UNESCO World Heritage Cities" (16- 18 May 2002): The Bureau approved US$28,000 for this activity, requesting the State Party to make all efforts in publishing the results of the Conference to complement the UNESCO World Heritage Cities Programme.
International Assistance (4)
- International Conference "Alternatives to Historical reconstruction in the UNESCO World Heritage Cities", 16 - 18 May 2002 (2001 / Estonia)
- Rehabilitation of the traditional hydraulic system in M'Zab Vallee and organisation of a training workshop. (2001 / Algeria)
- Rehabilitation and restoration of Bab Agnaou in Marrakech (2001 / Morocco)
- Preparation of the Management Plan for the Ruins of Kilwa Kisiwani and Ruins of Songo Mnara and the extension to Kilwa Masoko (2001 / United Republic of Tanzania)
2001 M'Zab Valley