Mapping of the tangible and intangible heritage of Araba Vi...
Bethlehem University / Institute for Community Partnership-ICP; AFRAT (Association pour la Formation des Ruraux aux Activités du Tourisme); PCR (Palestinian Centre for Rapprochement between People) and Tétraktys (Association de coopération pour le développement Local des espaces naturels) launch call for Tender to carry out a field research for the EU funded project “My Heritage! My Identity!” for mapping the main heritage sites and stories along the Masar Ibrahim in Araba Village.
The provider should constitute a team composed by experts and field researchers on tangible and intangible heritage mainly natives from Jenin area, in order to conduct field research during the timeframe of the assignment on the tangible and intangible heritage of Araba village. The activity is organized in the framework of the EU funded project “My Heritage! My Identity!”
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Send your application before the 6th of December 2019 to, Maysoun Ramadan, EU National Project Manager, [email protected]