The role of international cooperation in promoting sustainable development and supporting conservation and development policies at the national level

Document Type : Original Article


Ph.D. of Town Planning - Faculty of Engineering - Cairo University



Efforts to revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development represent one of the main axes for the successful implementation of the 2030 Agenda, as the seventeenth goal of the Sustainable Development Goals called for "strengthening ways to implement and revitalize global partnerships," which represents an important opportunity to broaden the international consensus beyond Defining goals and working to form coordinated networks between countries that facilitate communication processes, encourage confidence-building, and push international cooperation through new paths that go beyond the traditional framework based on aid, and are in line with priorities, local regulations and methodologies appropriate for development, as the preservation of urban heritage in Egypt is one of the most important The areas in which institutions contribute to the deterioration of the urban fabric of areas of historical value, protection of heritage buildings and sites, and the endowment of international bodies with the aim of preserving them. After 2015 and its impact on achieving the goals of regions with special nature and civilized values on the The national level, identifying the funding agencies for the protection of the urban heritage and the development of support methods and participation in these processes and how they are reflected in the development of preservation and development policies for a set of local experiences in this context, through which the strengths and weaknesses of the national level will be determined. And extract a set of conclusions and recommendations related to addressing the gaps and problems that still face the application of principles and policies of international cooperation, and seeks to achieve maximum benefit from them in line with the political, economic and social contexts at the national level and achieve full compatibility between global sustainability requirements and national development priorities.