Ghana

UNESCO advocates protection of ATBs listed as World Heritage site; Ghana Business News

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has encouraged Ghana to develop and submit a proposal for international assistance to create a conservation and management plan for the Asante Traditional Buildings (ATBs). Currently, the Buildings, listed as one of the World Heritage sites, have become vulnerable to climatic conditions and their preservation poses a challenge, according to the Organization.

Source: UNESCO advocates protection of ATBs listed as World Heritage site – Ghana Business News

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