The Old City of Mosul holds a rich and unique heritage, representing a cultural and religious diversity that dates back millennia, but which suffered damage between 2014-17 when it was under the control of Daesh. ALIPH's Mosul Mosaic program aims to rehabilitate different places of worship, each one representing an aspect of the city's religious diversity. Together, these projects contribute to the UNESCO initiative "Reviving the Spirit of Mosul."
The Mosul Mosaic projects share the objective to once again make these revered monuments accessible to the local population. The methodology for them is threefold: collaboration with local authorities and communities, site preparation including mine clearance, and building reconstruction.