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Within the Riwaq Centre 3rd Biennale Events, the CCHP has organized today a multi-events programme in Bethlehem for number of the Biennale Participants, where Arch. Issam Juha – Director of CCHP – welcomed them at the centre introducing the heritage of Bethlehem and provided a detailed explanation about the Centre's strategy and its role in protecting and preserving the traditional buildings and historical centers in Bethlehem District to be re-used for the benefit of the community.

Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation (CCHP) in cooperation with the Beit Sahour Municipality are preparing a comprehensive protection and development emergency plan for the Historic Town. This plan is a short term plan that shall contribute to the efforts generated to preserve the Historic towns which was recently strengthen through the implementation of the "Bethlehem area Conservation and Management Plan" for the three Historic Towns in Bethlehem, Beit Jala, and Beit Sahour funded by Italian Cooperation under the technical support of the UNESCO.

Thursday, 18 June 2009

Training Workshop

Participate in the 4CHO Training Workshop funded by the Swedish Agency for International Development Cooperation "Sida, organized to improve capacities of the engineers working in the rehabilitation field from 18 - 24 July, 2009 in Bethlehem.

Thursday, 04 June 2009

Community Mapping Exhibition

In addition to these activities, CCHP make use of up-to-date communication tools through practical approaches.  One of these tools is the Community Mapping Project that aims to enable the students to "define" their community by using different methods such as drawing, writing, photography any place or monument in their own community that they find important, valuable, interesting and/or significant.

Among its collection of rehabilitation projects for this year, funded by Sida, CCHP signed the agreements to rehabilitate Dar Al-Bandak in Bethlehem with the owners of the building, Hamilat At-Teeb Ladies Orthodox Benevolent Society – beneficiaries of the building after rehabilitation, and where Bethlehem Municipality witnessed the signing.

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