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This e-book analyzes the cultural historical past area within the center East and North Africa quarter and the realm Bank's coverage and operational stories during this region during the last six years―1996 to 2001. It additionally presents an outline and an research of the adventure of the center East and North Africa sector in assisting patrimony maintenance and descriptions its technique and ideas for destiny actions during this quarter. This quantity bargains operational feedback for addressing a few of the cultural, monetary, institutional and monetary difficulties of integrating patrimony administration inside of improvement frameworks.

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Will survive” (Kirshenblatt-Gimblett 1998: 150). ” Preservation is an essential premise of good CH management, but management adds value to and builds on preservation, making the preserved assets more accessible to larger numbers of people. This is why heritage management and the tourism industry must collaborate. This is also why the Bank’s comparative advantage results from its ability not just to finance preservation but also to integrate the management of CH into the overall management of development.

Selectivity. The selectivity principle, at the country or state level, guides MENA to choose and support CH activities that are germane to the Bank’s core mandate and are apt to yield large development benefits. Neither the importance nor the ubiquity of worthy heritage sites guarantees that every preservation intervention is necessarily a priority and will have high development impacts. It is hence imperative to weigh alternative project options and avoid those with peripheral impacts; leverage the Bank’s comparative advantages; understand not only what the Bank could do, but also what it should not do in the cultural sector or where it does not have a comparative advantage; and most important, embed heritage protection within, rather than parallel to, the Bank’s development strategies of poverty reduction, infrastructure financing, and social inclusion.

Natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, major storms, and landslides, as well as regular natural processes— time itself and its merciless effects, rainfall, wind, and temperature changes—all slowly sap the resilience of ancient physical monuments or buildings, increase their vulnerability, and then destroy them during dramatic events. A characteristic of the built heritage of MENA countries is its concentration in coastal areas along the Mediterranean shores (see the maps at the end of the report).

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