Restoration of the Aghormi Mosque by the Residents of Siwa

This project aims to train local community residents to restore the Kershef Mosque in Aghormi, Egypt. These works will safeguard against further deterioration and return the mosque to public use.

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Location: Aghormi, Egypt, Northern Africa, Africa Organiser(s): Environmental Quality International (EQI) Project partner(s): Life Science Network Funder(s): British Council Cultural Protection Fund in partnership with DCMS Funding received: £120,297 Commencement Date: 10/2019 Project Status: Active
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