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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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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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30 Dissemination and collaborative redocumentation of archeological images from Syria c IFPO c 1935

Dissemination and Collaborative Redocumentation of Archaeological Images from Syria

IFPO’s photographic collection holds over 50,000 images taken in Syria and Lebanon since the beginning of the 20th century and includes aerial views and ground photographs of …

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29 Collart Palmyra c Paul Collart Association in the Middle East

Collart – Palmyra: The Digital Restoration of the Baalshamîn Temple

The Baalshamîn temple in Palmyra was completely destroyed by Daesh in August 2015. The project will create a digital restoration (anastylosis) of the temple, based on the stud…

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28 Rehabilitation of the Raqqa Museum c Xavier de Lauzanne 1

Rehabilitation of Raqqa Museum

The Museum of Raqqa held an important collection of cultural and archeological artefacts from pre-history to modern times. The museum was damaged and reportedly looted by Daes…

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27 Preserving and sharing Palmyras Cultural Heritage c Valery Sharifulin TASS

Preserving and Sharing Palmyra’s Cultural Heritage through Harald Ingholt’s Archives

Over 4,000 funeral portraits from Palmyra, Syria were documented by Danish archaeologist Harald Ingholt (1896-1985). Most of this statuary heritage has since been destroyed or…

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26 Western Sudan Community Museum c BIEA

Western Sudan Community Museums

Three museums in Sudan hold important collections on living heritage artifacts and archaeological objects. This project, now in its second phase, will improve site security an…

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25 Sudan Memory c Kings College London

Sudan Memory: Conserving and Promoting Sudanese Cultural and Documentary Heritage

Sudan's rich documentary heritage is held in collections around the country, capturing cultural practices and traditions, and documenting historical movements. The collections…

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24 Sudan archeological protection Doukki Gel c Mission archeologique de Douki Gel

Sudan Archaeological Heritage Protection

This project will target approximately seventy sites, including The Island of Meroe, and Gebel Barkal and sites of the Napatan Region for a topography study to define the boun…

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23 Multi religious heritage Aw Barkhadle mausoleum c Horn Heritage

Multi-Religious Heritage, Salvage and Education

The sacred site of Aw-Barkhadle in Somalia embodies local diversity, including Christian, Islamic and potentially Jewish religions, as well as indigenous beliefs. The local or…

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