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ALIPH

In response to the massive destruction of cultural heritage, the world has decided to come together. ALIPH is the only global fund that is solely dedicated to the protection of cultural heritage in conflict areas. To carry out this mission, the foundation finances preventive measures, emergency interventions and concrete post-conflict rehabilitation projects, all around the world.

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Fund to protect Ukraine’s cultural heritage and support its heritage professionals

Since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine, ALIPH has been in close contact with courageous Ukrainian heritage professionals as well as European and international organiza…

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Community Rehabilitation in Georgia - restoring the Tsiskarauli Tower

A project with with the community to convert the site into a local resource for eco-tourism, which tells the story of border conflict in the region.

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First Aid Interventions to the World Heritage Site of Hatra after Daesh Occupation

This project will restore the sculptural decoration and one of the temples and provide on the job training to young Iraqi conservators and archaeologists.

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The Mashki Gate Restoration, Mosul

The project will restore this exceptional architectural example and transform it into an educational center dedicated to the history of Nineveh.

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35 Emergency Digitization of Collection of National Museum of Aden c DLME

Emergency Digitization and Inventory of the Collection of the National Museum of Aden

The Museum holds several thousand archaeological, historical, and ethnographical objects although many were damaged or looted. DLME is working with the museum to secure the re…

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34 Documenting Yemeni built heritage at risk Queen Arwa Mosque Jibla 3 D reconstruction c CEFAS

Documenting Yemeni-Built Heritage at Risk

Much of Yemen’s unique heritage has been severely damaged by conflict. In response, French and Italian teams are collaborating with Yemeni authorities to document and assess u…

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33 The Dhamar Museum Recovery Projects CAORC

The Dhamar Museum Recovery and Documentation Project

The Dhamar Museum, one of Yemen’s largest and most important regional museums, was heavily damaged during conflict. CAORC will recover, document and shelter the collection, wh…

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32 Al Badr Palace c WMF

Reconstruction of the Al-Badr Palace and Revitalization of the Ta’izz National Museum Complex

The Al-Badr Palace is an Ottoman-era building, part of the Ta’izz National Museum complex. It was severely damaged during conflict, and over 15,000 objects from the museum col…

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31 Crac de Chevalier c Mediatheque de l Architecture et du Patrimoine

Documenting the Sculpted Decoration of the Crac des Chevaliers

The Crac des Chevaliers fortress, known for its 13th century carved arcades and capitals, and a World Heritage Site, was damaged during conflict in 2013-14. MAP holds a reposi…

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