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List of granted projects (1992 - 2014)
Update: 16/09/2014 05:27:33

No.

Name of project

Year

Granting and cooperating organizations

Grant value

1.

Restoration of Ngo Mon (Main gate of the Imperial City)

1992

Japan (via UNESCO-Japan Trust Fund)

$ US 100,000

 

2.

Facilities for antique storehouse in Hue Museum of Royal Fine Arts

1994

Toyota Foundation (Japan)

$ US 40,000 

3.

Restoration of the Confucius Temple

1995

Association of Hue 's lovers in France

$ Fr. 150,000 
(#$ US 30,000)

4.

Timber for restoration of Hue monuments

1995

People's Democratic Republic of Laos

400 m3 of timber
(# $ US 200, 000)

5.

Restoration of Huu Tung Tu building (Minh Mang tomb)

1996

Toyota Foundation và Japan Foundation (Japan)

$ US 40,000

6.

Restoration of Quang Duc gate (Hue Citadel)

1996

Vietnam - US Commercial Chamber Fair in Honolulu (USA)

$ US 50,000

7.

Restore three altars for three patriot kings Ham Nghi, Thanh Thai and Duy Tan (The Mieu Temple)

1996

Polish Embassy and ten British companies having business in Vietnam

$ US 35,000

8.

Facilities for computer room and training

1996-1997

UNESCO

$ US 50, 000 

9.

Safeguard and consultancy of termite prevention technique for the structure of Hien Lam pavilion (Dai Noi, Hue)

1996-1997

Rhône Polenc Chemicals Enterprise, France

$ US 1,000,000

10.

Restoration of Minh Lau pavilion (Minh Mang tomb)

1997-1999

American Express Bank via World Monuments Fund (USA)

$ US 80,000

11.

Facilities for Conservation Laboratory

1997

World Heritage Centre of UNESCO

$ Fr. 467, 301
($ US 90,000)

12.

Restoration of Hung Mieu temple (Hue Imperial city)

1997

Prime Minister of Thailand

$ US 20, 000

13.

Restoration of some monuments damaged by the whirlwind in September, 1997

1997

World Heritage Centre of UNESCO

$ US 50,000

14

Restoration of The Mieu temple

1997-1998

Government of the Republic of Poland

$ US 900,000 
 

15.

Octagonal building to the East (Hue Imperial city)

1998

Canada Embassy via the Center of CECI Research and International Cooperation

$ US 10, 000

16.

instruction signs for tourists at Hue monuments(Phase 1)

1999

Canadian Embassy via the Center for Research and International Cooperation - CECI

$ US 4, 200 

17

Surmount the outcomes caused for Hue monuments by the flood in 1999

1999

UNESCO

$ US 40,000

18.

Workshop of Conservation and Presentation of Hue Royal Tuong's value (Classical drama's value)

2000

Ford Foundation

$ US 4,500

19.

Restoration of Stele House (Minh Mang tomb)

2001-2003

American Express Bank via World Monuments Fund (USA)

$ US 50,000

20.

instruction signs for tourists at Hue monuments (Phase 2)

2001

Canadian Embassy via the Center for Research and International Cooperation - CECI

$ US 12,040

21.

Restoration of Duyet Thi Royal Theater

1998-2001

Vietnam-France CODEV organization trusted by French Government and companies of EDF, CBC, PAIMBEUF.

124.000 USD

22.

Compilation of National Candidate file of Nha nhac

2002

Japan Government via UNESCO

$ US 15,000

23.

Preservation and restoration of Interior fresco paintings in An Dinh palace (Phase I)

2003

Oversea Office of Federal Republic of Germany via German Embassy in Hanoi

$ EUR 17.580

(#$ US 20,100)

24.

Implementing the National Action Plan for preserving Nha Nhac-Vietnamese Court Music  

2005-2008

Japan Trust Fund  via UNESCO

$ US 154,900

25.

 Program for Joint research, training and conservation in hue monuments complex (in collaboration with Waseda University-Japan)

2005-2012

 World Heritage – Waseda (Japan)

$ US 3, 706, 810  (for both partners: Vietnamese government and World Heritage UNESCO-Waseda university)

26.

Restoration of Interior fresco paintings in An Dinh palace (phase II) and technical training

2005-2008

German Ministry of Foreign Affairs via the Cultural Exchange Association Leibniz, East-West Association

$ EUR 355,000

(#$ US 420,000)

27.

Cooperative research for restoration of Vo Thanh, Van Thanh and Thien Mu pagoda, setting up the GIS and archaeological park at Hue relics

2007-2009

Marche University, Ancona, Italia

$ US 30,000

28.

Restoration of Hien Duc Mon (Minh Mang tomb)

2008 -2009

Wilson Challenge-World Monuments Fund (USA) and the Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industries Group-Vinacomin

    $ US 75,000 +   

 $ VND       3, 2 billion

(# $ US 194,000)

29.

Timber for restoration of Hue monuments

2008

People's Democratic Republic of Laos

150 m3 of timber

(# $ US 35,000)

30.

Digital Reconstruction of Hue monuments

2007-2009

 Cultural heritage Administration of Korea

# $ US 200, 000

31.

Setting up the community network for preservation of Hue heritage

2008-2009

 Nord Pas de Calais (France)

$ EUR 13, 650

(#$ US 18, 000)

32.

Development of a Road Map for the preparation of the Management Plan and Capacity Building Program

2008-2009

 Royal Netherlands Embassy via Urban Solutions

$ EUR 41, 630

(#$ US 54,600)

33.

 Preservation and restoration of screen and gate of king’s grave at Tu Duc tomb cooperating with technical training

2009-2010

German Ministry of Foreign Affairs via German Cultural Conservation association and GCREP.

$ EUR 110, 525

(# $ US 145,450)

34.

Preservation and renovation of Stele for Promoting Education at Quoc Tu Giam-Hue

2010-2011

International Support Program 2010 of the Polish Foreign Affairs Ministry via the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Vietnam

$ US 18, 700

35.

Technical training course and preservation of the temple Toi Linh Tu (Hue Imperial City)

2011-2012

German Ministry of Foreign Affairs via German Cultural Conservation association and GCREP.

$ EUR 91, 395

(#$ US 125, 000)

36.

Restoration and preservation of Ta Tung Tu (Minh Mang tomb)

2011-2012

Project has been made possible in part by the WORLD MONUMENTS FUND® Robert W. Wilson Challenge to Conserve Our Heritage.

$ US 46, 000

37.

Restoration and preservation of gate Linh Tinh (Hue Confucius Temple/Van Mieu) and training course on conservation

2011

International Support Program 2010 of the Polish Foreign Affairs Ministry via the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Vietnam

$ US 25, 497

38

Training on conservation for technical staffs of Hue heritage and the Central of Vietnam

2012

International Support Program 2012 of the Polish Foreign Affairs Ministry via the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to Vietnam

$ US 16, 872

39.

Training on conservation and restoration of Ta Vu interior (Hue Imperial City)

2012-2013

German Ministry of Foreign Affairs via German Cultural Conservation association and GCREP.

$ EUR 139, 660

(#$ US 181,558)

40.

The project of strengthening the management capacity for the Complex of Hue Monuments

 

2014-2015

The international support fund of UNESCO

29,930 USD

41.

The preservation of royal altars at world heritage site- Trieu To Temple, Hue Imperial City

 

2013 - 2014

The US Ministry of Foreign Affairs (The ambassador’s fund for

cultural preservation: AFCP), via the US Consulate the General in Ho Chi Minh City

29,084 USD

42.

The project of preservation and restoration of Trieu To Temple (the worshipping  hall) at Hue Imperial City

 

The US Ministry of Foreign Affairs (The AFCP), via the US Consulate the General in Ho Chi Minh City

700,000 USD

  Total grant values between 1992-2014: # $ US 7,964,863.  Additionally, from 1993 till 2012, Toyota Foundation (Japan) also granted around 100,000 USD for 10 research projects of HMCC staffs. Other organizations including Fulbright Program, Ford Foundation New York University (United States of America), Rhône Polenc Chemicals Enterprise (France), Japan Foundation, Waseda University, JICA, ACCU (Japan), Korea Foundation (Korea), etc. funded approximately $ US 600,000 in enhancing management and conservation skills of many staffs from HMCC through different training courses and survey trips abroad.                                   
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