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Capacity Building Strategy and Associated Programmes for Asia and the Pacific
From:WHITRAP Shanghai Author:KONG Ping  PublishDate:2014-06-29  Hits:4134
Following theWorld Heritage Capacity Building Strategy (WHC-11/35.COM/9B) and the second cycle of Periodic Reporting in Asia and the Pacific (WHC-12/36.COM/10A), WHITRAP was encouraged to lead the role in developing a Regional Capacity Building Strategy and Associated Programmes for Asia and the Pacific (Decision 36 COM 10A) in response to the specific demands and situations of the region.
 
The Strategy is built upon a comprehensive understanding of current status and prior demands on heritage conservation and development, identified in the Periodic Reporting, Statement of Conservation reports, as well as by complementary questionnaires.The development of the strategy employs a participatory approach through intensive consultation with heritage practitioners, capacity building providers, the World Heritage Centre, Advisory Bodies and regional experts. It aims to strengthen the capacities of key actors related to World Heritage conservation and development through synergizing regional resources.
 
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