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CAORC Requests Proposals for Urgent Cultural Heritage Protection Efforts in Yemen

Yemen architecture

As part of the Kaplan Responsive Preservation Initiative, CAORC, in partnership with the American Institute for Yemeni Studies, announces its 2019 call for proposals to support scholars, institutions, and organizations involved in efforts to safeguard, document, and preserve cultural heritage sites and collections within Yemen that are under immediate or urgent threat due to the effects of the ongoing conflict.

Through this call for proposals, CAORC aims to identify potential project partners that could benefit from modest awards to help improve the security, safety, and preservation of at-risk sites, collections, or traditions in the country. The program welcomes applications from cultural heritage professionals, non-profit organizations, and local government ministries/agencies, although all awarded projects must demonstrate the approval and support of the relevant local authorities engaged in cultural heritage protection.

The deadline for the next review of applications is Sunday, July 21, 2019. Project budgets should not exceed US $4,250.

For more information and to apply, visit

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