"THE TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE THAT EXISTS FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS PROVIDES A LINK BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THEIR PAST"
Under the patronage of H.E. Rula Ma’aia, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, CCHP celebrated the completion of rehabilitation works of Dar Musleh in Beit Sahour, implemented through the "Local Development through the Rehabilitation and Revitalization of the Historic Built Environment in Palestine" programme and funded by the Government of Sweden - Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency "Sida" through the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization "UNESCO" - Ramallah Office. The building is currently used by the Arab Orthodox Charitable Society.
In cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, and Bethlehem Municipality – Workers Union, the Centre for Cultural Heritage Preservation (CCHP) has organized a cultural-educational trip to Jericho within the community participation activities done by CCHP. The Antiquities department in Jericho welcomed the participants and introduce them to Jericho’s historic landmarks giving them valuable information on these sites, where around 110 persons participated.