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There Are Challenges in Ghana’s Sustainable Heritage Protection; UNESCO GHANA

Return of the exterior wall fortress in semena, England. In July 201, when the workers of the Ghana Museum and the Monument (GMMB ) were prepared in preparatory projects, the outside of the British Samanda Fortress accidentally collapsed to rebuild the damaged private work. The members of the community have joined GMMB employees to establish obstacles in the event area and set the accessories of the structure.

In April 2021, the permanent damage caused by the former fortress of Ningnoburg Bostrom, which was signed by a construction company, was to build a maritime defense wall to limit the erosion of Ghana’s fluvial pathway. The South Pram Fernarberg wall also collapses after heavy rains. These recent events are not unique, which requires emergency action to gradually stop deteriorating and avoid the additional folding structure.

Codina and Freiburg are part of the strength of the World Heritage Site, the castle, Wo Tam, Da Akra, and the central and western regions. In 1979, the fortress and the castle were recorded in the World Heritage, located on the coast of Ghana, through large Akra and Western universities and central areas. The 28 components established from 1482 to 1786 play an important role in the gold and slave trade, which constitutes an important and controversial symbol of European

Africa and the origin of African citizens. These components have enormous historical dependencies on local communities on the coast, Ghana, and other parts of the world, and must preserve future generations. Within the implementation of 1972, UNESCO, ICOMOS, and ICROM consult the mission in 2019 and responded to the mission in 2020 to evaluate the state of protection of these strengths and castles, and they are facing a threat. The main discovery of monitoring tasks is to destroy the integrity of the structure of realistic property components and threaten the exemption from universal value.

According to the report, the lack of protection and maintenance reports can be attributed to structural integrity problems, which can be intensified by climate change and coastal erosion, and strong unpredictable rains. Because the strength and castle are located in a coastal area, the components are extremely susceptible to environmental interference related to climate change. Other task findings include the lack of a sufficient location to explain; It lacks information from the database, documentation, investigation; Lack of strategic vision of the entire property; Formulate the regulatory differences and the management of approval and implementation, and invade and lack of limits and tampons.

Other threats include illegal construction, urban pressures, incorrect interventions, negligence and abandonment, lack of hygiene, without development projects in advance with relevant stakeholders, and incorrect reuse of characteristic ingredients. The exterior of the British Kanda has improved the structural stability of the components of the fort and castle, as the recommended 2019 and 2020 task report. The incident also improves internal consciousness and should consider safety problems that affect different components of the property, as well as employees and visitors. July 2021, 2021, the World Heritage Committee requested Ghana to implement Decision 2020 in its extension: 44 COM 7B.5, where the sustainable planning and management of tourism are indicated, as a more urgent challenge of the World Heritage Future of Ghana. Within the framework of the cultural plan in an emergency, emergency response activities are currently carried out through GMBB to perform emergency stability and rehabilitation work in Woodnabe.

The project will be a positive step, drawing in the savings of the castle of the fortress and the required site. In addition, Ghana is supporting the World Heritage Website Management Plan within the framework of the International Assistance Application presented in Ghana, and approved by the World Heritage Committee. The project is working with GMB, which will provide opportunities to coordinate all available materials, making a feasible management plan for the strength and production of Ghana Castle. Rehabilitation of success The Museum of the Slavery of Ussher Fort has recently been a wide range of rehabilitation work through a wide range of the UNESCO Foundation and the Netherlands (NFIT ). The USSHER Fort is previously known as CRVECUR, which is one of the 28 components of the series as standard. Its museum of slavery allows tourists to understand one in history in Europe Africa. He opened the Ministry of Tourism, Arts, and Culture in 2007, supporting UNESCO, and tells the history of Ghana’s crossed slave trade until the United Kingdom cancels slavery in 1833. Amsterdamberg has also accepted the support of the support structure Consolidated through the French Government.

The project will be carried out in 2022. Shao Shoal in the traditional buildings of Kumasi In addition to Ford and Castle, Ghana has another property in the World Heritage, which is the traditional architecture of Asante, the last legacy of real style and the unique architectural style of traditional patterns, these patterns are full of symbolic meaning. . On this day, Asante is used to consulting with the gods to seek recommendations before making important decisions, which improves complex and intricate technology, religion, and spiritual heritage. Some of the 10 buildings are complete, in most cases, lack part of the original structure. The integrity of the equity area is affected by climatic, geological, or other environmental factors. This includes the deterioration of the fabrics due to the warm and humid tropical climate caused by traditional land-coated buildings and Dell. Other challenges faced by buildings are similar to other challenges in Ford and Castle, that is, the lack of security, the lack of demarcation and the cushion, the lack of maintenance, the lack of supervision and traditional leaders and local communities, and participation in the property of preservation and lack of premises. Interests appreciate the concept of outstanding universal value, integrity, and authenticity.

At present, UNESCO provides support for the protection and improvement interventions of admirer tourism, the bathroom, and the traditional Asawasi buildings. The fortress and castle and traditional grasping buildings are tangible evidence among the bonds between humans. They are the same as in the past, helping to promote cultural exchanges, dialogues, and peace. The contribution of the cultural heritage of Ghana is more important than ever, not only because it improves the country’s tourism potential, and because the property faces fully deteriorated risks without sufficient safeguard measures.

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