• Al Qal’a of Beni Hammad

    The Qal’a of Beni Hammad is a remarkable archaeological site located 36 km to the north-east of the town of M’Sila. This ensemble of preserved ruins, at 1,000 m altitude, is located in a mountainous setting of striking beauty on the southern flank of Djebel Maâdid. The Qal’a of Beni Hammad was founded at the […]
  • Lake Malawi National Park

    The park, which covers some 94 km2 , is composed of the Cape Maclear peninsula, three other disjunct mainland areas, 12 islands and lake waters that lie within 100 m of the park’s terrestrial components. Total water area is estimated as 7 km2 . Habitat types vary from rocky shorelines to sandy beaches and from wooded hillsides to swamps and […]
  • Bassari Country

    (Bassari, Fula and Bedik Cultural Landscapes) The cultural landscape of Bassari is located in south-eastern Senegal, close to the Mali and Guinean borders, in a hilly territory, formed by the northern foothills of the Fouta Djallon Massif. Two distinct geographic environments feature the region: the alluvial plain and the peneplain to the north and the […]
  • Kasubi Tombs

    The Kasubi site bears eloquent witness to the living cultural traditions of the Baganda. The spatial organization of the Tombs represents the best extant example of a Baganda palace/architectural ensemble. Built in the finest traditions of Ganda architecture and palace design, it reflects technical achievements developed over many centuries. The built and natural elements of […]
  • The Island of Meroe

    The Island of Meroe is the heartland of the Kingdom of Kush, a major power in the ancient world from the 8th century BCE to the 4th century CE. Meroe became the principal residence of the rulers, and from the 3rd century BCE onwards it was the site of most royal burials. The property consists […]

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Call for Applications: 10th International Training Programme on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage in Japan

April 13, 2015


Call for African applicants for International Training Course (ITC) on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage 2015 in Japan. The deadline of the application is extended to 22ND OF APRIL, 2015 (Japan Standard Time). More info: http://bit.ly/1FC1K4b and http://bit.ly/1GD7NLr ———————————————————————————– Appel au candidats africains pour un International Training Course (ITC) sur la gestion des risques de […]

AWHF receives a grant from the Netherlands Funds-In-Trust [ENG/FRE]

March 30, 2015


AWHF CONTINUES TO BUILD RESILIENCE AT AFRICAN WORLD HERITAGE PROPERTIES THANKS TO A GRANT FROMTHE NETHERLANDS FUNDS-IN-TRUST TO UNESCO Thanks to a generous grant from the Netherlands Funds-in-Trust, the African World Heritage Fund is partnering with the UNESCO World Heritage Centre to offer an introductory workshop on building resilience at World Heritage Properties in Africa. Through […]

#Unite4Heritage campaign launched by UNESCO Director-General in Baghdad

March 28, 2015


  “We must respond,” declared the Director-General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, at the launch of the #Unite4Heritage campaign at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Baghdad in Iraq, on 28 March 2015. “When violent extremists say humanity is not a single community that shares values, when they say world heritage doesn’t exist, when […]

First project together with CyArk was a succes

March 25, 2015


Some weeks ago, we announced that the AWHF had signed a Memorandum Of Understanding with a new partner called CyArk. The people of this new Californian partner of ours had a delightful time conducting a training workshop in conjunction with the AWHF in Cape Verde. This was the first project that the AWHF did with […]

Meet the AWHF team

March 24, 2015


We have updated our staff page! Meet the AWHF team here.

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