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level of support at the international and national level to increase the rate of implementation in all recommendations, as set out in a the Action Plan. The establishment of an international support panel, as has been successfully implemented in other properties such as Angkor (Cambodia), is recommended to focus the international support that is required. The combination of the Presidential Decree at the national level, and more focused technical cooperation and support at the international level, should be centred on ensuring the political will and resources to address governance and sustainable finance issues, effective stakeholder involvement, implementation of the 2009 Action Plan, and steady resolution of the backlog of unaddressed management issues before the 35th session of the World Heritage Committee in 2011. In the absence of this essential progress, they suggest that it might be appropriate for the World Heritage Committee to consider inscription of the property on the List of World Heritage in Danger.

Draft Decision:

34 COM 7B.42

The World Heritage Committee,

  • 1.

    Having examined Document WHC-10/34.COM/7B.Add,

  • 2.

    Recalling Decision 33 COM 7B.42, adopted at its 33rd session (Seville, 2009),

3.

Expresses great concern at the considerable damage caused to the property by the

recent floods and landslides affecting both, the fabric of the property and access to it, and considers that the lack of adequate regulatory measures and disaster response plans appears to have exacerbated their impact;

4.

Urges the State Party to improve the implementation of the actions requested at its 33rd session (Seville, 2009), and recommended by the reinforced monitoring mission, in particular:

a)

Definition and implementation of provisions to be included in a

revised

management plan, derived from participatory processes, derived from unregulated access to the site, absence of a inadequate urban planning,

to address threats public use plan and

b)

Further development of the submitted risk reduction and disaster recovery plan to include clear and precise course of action to inform visitors and residents of the actual and potential risks and to provide mitigation strategies as a matter of urgency,

  • c)

    Undertake a management effectiveness assessment and integration of the results into a revision of the management plan and related capacity building programmes,

  • d)

    Establishment and implementation of regulatory measures for the western access to the Sanctuary and finalize the commissioned public use plan,

  • e)

    Implementation of strategies to strengthen decision-making processes and governance at the property;

5.

Considers that unresolved issues including access, risk management, public use, uncontrolled urban development at Machu Picchu village, inappropriate land uses, and governance issues constitute an imminent danger to the attributes that sustain the Outstanding Universal Value and integrity of the property, and requests the reapplication of the Reinforced Monitoring Mechanism;

State of conservation of World Heritage properties inscribed on the World Heritage List

WHC-10/34.COM/7B.Add, p. 79

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