2023: KOHRW in partnership with UNESCO, high Commission for Erbil Citadel Revitalization, and ILO funded by European Union’s MADAD are working for the conservation and Restoration of Central Alley and Visitors Routes at Erbil Citadel, Urban Enhancement, community empowerment through engaging local community in planning and implementation, and support to Livelihood through Cultural Heritage development by improving self-reliance through access to immediate short-term decent employment opportunities, 15,000 working days in total.
Our collaborative efforts with the HCECR and UNESCO have consistently centered around enhancing communities and fostering sustainable livelihoods. Our latest initiative, titled Development and Urban Enhancement of the Central Alley and Visitor Routes at Erbil Citadel, Iraq,' is part of the broader undertaking “Support to Livelihoods through Cultural Heritage Development”
Within this project, our substantial contributions have yielded remarkable outcomes, exemplified by the success story of 'Dali Ali Dilli,' showcasing the employment success of the most marginalized groups.
This endeavor receives financial support from the EU Regional trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis, the EU Madad fund.
"Embarking on a remarkable journey with our organization, the HCECR and UNESCO as we kickstart our newest project, “ Development and Urban Enhancement of the Central Alley and Visitor Routes at Erbil Citadel, Iraq” and as part of the project 'Support to Livelihoods through Cultural Heritage Development.' Together, we aim to celebrate and preserve our rich cultural heritage while empowering communities and fostering sustainable livelihoods. Join us on this exciting venture as we make history together."
This project is funded through the EU Regional trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis, the EU Madad fund.