The objective of this TC is twofold. On the one hand, it aims to increase the Government of Suriname, specifically members of the PURP PIU, knowledge regarding the design and implementation of urban heritage revitalization processes. This includes an in-depth study of the critical factors needed to successfully regenerate historic districts, as in Casco Antiguo, Panama, and Ciudad Colonial, Santo Domingo. On the other hand, the TC seeks to highlight the need for private sector participation, showcasing instruments, tools, knowledge, and lessons learned from the current implementation of the DR-L1084 Comprehensive Tourism and Urban Development Program for the Colonial City of Santo Domingo to help guide the Project Executing Unit of the Paramaribo Urban Rehabilitation Program in the implementation of the SU-L1046 and the design of a second phase operation.
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