By World Bank
This e-book analyzes the cultural background zone within the heart East and North Africa quarter and the area Bank's coverage and operational studies during this quarter during the last six years―1996 to 2001. It additionally presents an outline and an research of the event of the center East and North Africa sector in helping patrimony protection and descriptions its method and suggestions for destiny actions during this zone. This quantity deals operational feedback for addressing the various cultural, financial, institutional and fiscal difficulties of integrating patrimony administration inside of improvement frameworks.
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Additional resources for Cultural Heritage and Development: A Framework for Action in the Middle East and North Africa (Orientations in Development)
0 .. Notes: Cultural expenditures are taken from IMF, Government Financial Statistics, various years. Line B8 (Recreational, Cultural and Religious Affairs), Budgetary Central Government. GDP information is from Live Database as of June 23, 1999. The Cultural Sector in MENA Countries toral interventions. There is certainly a need for more substantial external support, perhaps in new forms, to developing countries that act as custodians and managers of patrimony endowments and thus provide cultural services of international benefit.
Therefore, integrating culture into the Bank’s work will depend on successful partnerships. Partnerships that bring together international, regional, national, and local actors; that bridge formal and informal, private and public sectors. Partnerships that bring in foundations, civil society, and the com- Cultural Heritage and World Bank Policies 37 munities themselves, as well as national governments and international agencies” (Wolfensohn 1999a). Key partner institutions. The Bank and its MENA region have pursued, and will continue to implement, a firm course of partnership with UNESCO, in particular.
The MENA region’s convening ability and influence with governments and the private sector can empower other agencies’ work and help place CH issues on the main development track. Complementarities through partnerships reinforce all partners. Cross-sectoral links and CH institution building. Consistent with its comparative advantage, the Bank promotes cross-sectoral approaches and institutional mechanisms for interministerial cooperation. This policy orientation is highly relevant for the cultural sector in MENA countries.
Cultural Heritage and Development: A Framework for Action in the Middle East and North Africa (Orientations in Development) by World Bank