Culture, Cultural Heritage, Tourism, Architecture, Governance, Education and Training, Cultural development, Economic and social development, Communication, Monitoring and evaluation, Urban Plannning, Infrastructure Engineering
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Consulting Services for the Preparation of a Feasibility Study, Investment Program and Detailed Design for Tafileh


Sector:
Heritage management

Area: Mediterranean and Middle East
Country: Jordan
Period: 2013-2014
Client: The Hashemite Kongdom of Jordan, Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities
Amount: 90.130 $

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Objectives of the assignment are: • Development of Tourist and Therapeutic Resort in Afra aimed at enhancing tourism potential, cultural heritage and investment perspective, creating employment opportunities in the tourism sector for the local community and the citizens of Tafilah governorate at large • Site Improvement Plan for Al Sela' Village and its vicinity providing rational strategies and concepts for physical and operational improvements that can enhance the site while preserving its unique heritage, primarily including the Sela' Castle and Ma'tan Village.



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