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A site visit to historical centres and buildings has been organized targeting school children form Bethlehem with the aim to observe rehabilitation initiatives and the possibility of adaptation for modern use.

Within the campaign CCHP launched “Our Root, Our Heritage”, an awareness meeting was organized with students from various schools in Beit Sahour and Beit Jala demonstrating the achievements of CCHP in preserving the heritage and using it as a tool for development and its importance to our identity and resistance.

CCHP organized a workshop for its staff and steering committee to update its strategic plan for 2020-2024, which is considered an important step towards achieving the centre’s objectives and demonstrating the weaknesses and strengths of CCHP in order to enhance its performance and built on future opportunities.

CCHP participated in the 9th conference of the Intangible Cultural Cooperation Network under the slogan “The Role of Local Folklore Festivals in Reviving Heritage and Promoting Culture” hosted by the city of Shepherds’ Beit Sahour. CCHP presented its experience and work in using the tangible heritage 

Within the campaign “Our Root, Our Heritage”, CCHP organized a gathering for students from Terra Sancta School in Bethlehem explaining the importance of the centre’s projects to preserve our heritage either through rehabilitation projects, community involvement or conducting researches and studies.

"THE TANGIBLE AND INTANGIBLE HERITAGE THAT EXISTS FROM PREVIOUS GENERATIONS PROVIDES A LINK BETWEEN PEOPLE AND THEIR PAST"