"THE TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE THAT EXISTS FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS PROVIDES A LINK BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THEIR PAST"
On this day, CCHP signed the agreements to rehabilitate Hosh Jadou' in Al-Ubiehdyeh funded by Sida. The agreements were signed with the owners of the Hosh, Al-Ubiehdyeh Municipality and Al-Ubiehdyeh Youth Club; the beneficiary organization of the Hosh. This project is funded by the Swedish International Cooperation Development Agency "Sida".
Among its wide collection of rehabilitation projects funded by Sida, the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation has signed the agreements to rehabilitate Dar Makhlouf in Beit Jala with the owners of the building and Women's Centre for Legacy Aid and Counselling which will be using the building after rehabilitation.
Dr. Kholoud Deibes - Minister of Tourism & Antiquities, Mr. Rolf Carlman - Head of Development Cooperation at Sida, Arch. Issam Juha and Mrs. Elaine Lindower Co-directors of CCHP, inaugurated the three projects in Nahaleen, Hussan and Battir with the presence of the Head of the Village Council in each village.