Jerusalem

Restoration of Laila Laham House Project

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Restoration of Abd AlSamad Jaber house

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Restoration of Mohamad Said gaith house

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Ribat Ala Eldin (African Zawyeh)

This historic Mamluk complex is one of the oldest pilgrims’ hostels in the Old City of Jerusalem and has been the home of the Palestinian African community since the late Ottoman period. It was selected for comprehensive restoration based on its important historic and architectural value, its proximity to al Haram al Sharif, and the needs of the community for improved living conditions. This was the first OCJRP project implemented with full community participation.

Al Mani house

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Housh Jaber

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Housh El-Hilo

The hosh, one of the largest and most densely populated residential complexes in the old city, is home for 9 families (82 residents). Most of its parts suffered from severe physical and environmental problems, lack of services, ventilation and sanitation.

Housh Salaymeh

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

Shihabi Hosh

Located at the entrance of al-Haram al-Sharif between Bab al-Majlis and Bab al-Hadid, this large residential complex (Hosh) underwent major restoration and rehabilitation works implemented in different phases by the OCJRP team and benefiting 14 families. The work included restoration of the historic buildings, upgrading facilities and rehabilitation of the roofs and infrastructure for the whole complex.

Abu Kharoub Hosh (Bab Al Asbat)

The housing renewal component is a major part of OCJRP activities since the programme establishment, consisting around 70% of its projects.

This component includes rehabilitation and restoration of individual housing units or comprehensive restoration of residential complexes (AHWASH).

The OCJRP team carefully restores the historic parts of the building or complex according to International standards for conservation and replaces the unsuitable additions by modern spaces compatible with the needs of residents.

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