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The Egyptian Heritage Rescue Foundation, (EHRF)

A non profit association registered under # 5191/2013

تراثنا بين ايدينا

ورشة عمل مجانية للأطفال من 12 إلى 14 سنة 
بعنوان "تراثنا بين ايدينا في #متحف_الطفل" ...
 أيام الأحد والاثنين والثلاثاء 24 و 25 و 26 يونيو 
2018 من 11 صباحا – 1 ظهرا. ***
 بالتعاون مع مركز توثيق التراث الطبيعي والحضاري التابع لمكتبة الاسكندرية والمؤسسة المصرية لإنقاذ التراث
 أ/ اميرة صديق - مدير مشروع بمركز توثيق التراث الحضاري والطبيعي
 أ/ عبد الحميد صلاح - رئيس أمناء المؤسسة المصرية لإنقاذ التراث
 أ/ هبه الله عبد الحميد منسق برنامج تنظيم المخازن المتحفية بالمؤسسة المصرية لإنقاذ التراث مكونات الورشه 
 • التعرف على التراث و انواعه • اهم عوامل الخطورة على التراث • طرق التدخل وإنقاذ التراث وقت حدوث الكوارث عن طريق الاتصال بمكتب الحجز والاستعلام وتسجيل الاسماء علما بأن الأماكن المتاحة محدودة جدا ... الاتصال بمكتب الحجز والاستعلام يوميا من الساعة التاسعة صباحا وحتى الثالثة ظهرا يوميا عدا الجمعة على الأرقام التالية: 27714915 – 27714251 – 27715246 – 01060988091


Story behind logo

Since the dawn of Egyptian civilization, the preservation and protection of heritage was the prerogative of deities. They were also concerned with the evaluation of the works of each human being and the assessment of how he, or she, contributed to the continuous process of perpetuation and addition that culminated in the creation of the legacy of future generations. For millenniums and until the end of the Greco Roman Period, the goddess Selket represented with a scorpion over her head was one of the main first aiders and rescuers of traditions. She is therefore also a symbol of the cultural diversity that characterized the Egyptian identity. For this reason, she was chosen for the logo of the EHRF.



Rescue Mission

Islamic art museum

24 January 2014 art



  1. Disarter Risk Reduetion for Museum Collection
  2. Disarter risk Management for Cultured Heritage Sites
  3. First Aid for Museum Collections in event of crises
  4. first Aid for Build Heritage in Gmergcey Times
  5. Re-Organisation for Museum Storage "Re-Org"


Rescuing the Mamluk Minbars of Cairo

Mamluk Minbars are stepped pulpits, made in the period from 1250 to 1517. Found in mosques, they are traditionally used by imams to deliver sermons and lectures. Minbars are ornate examples of Islamic art and architecture. Generally made from wood, they are adorned and densely decorated with complex geometrical patterns and calligraphic texts, typically made with ivory, ebony and camel bone inlay.

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Building capacity for post-disaster recovery of museum collections in Nepal

Aparna Tandon,ICCROM, Mimi Pradhan,National Museum of Nepal, HebatAllah AbdelHamid, Egyptian Heritage Rescue Foundation, Neelam Pradhananga, Cleanup Nepal, Sabine Cotte, the University of Melbourne, Australia-ICOM-CC, 18th Triennial Conference, 2017 Copenhagen, Education and training in conservation

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The Egyption Heritage Rescue Foundation

The Egyptian Heritage Rescue Foundation (EHRF) was founded in 2013, with the objective of promoting and safeguarding Egyptian and regional cultural heritage. Its first mission was to deliver and design, for government staff and concerned organizations, courses on Disaster Risk Preparedness and First Aid to Cultural Heritage (FACH) on cooperation with ICCROM.