“Conflict Damage Assessment in the Old City of Sana’a and Recommendations for Post-Conflict Conservation”
S. Thomas Parker Memorial Fund, 2022 – 2023
German Jordanian University
Hafsa Al-Jandabi is a master’s student in architectural conservation at German Jordanian University, School of Architecture and Built Environment (SABE). She graduated from Al-Ahliyya Amman University with a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering in 2019 (Excellent with Honor-First Rank). During her master’s program, she had the privilege of contributing to documenting and surveying several Islamic Heritage Sites in Jordan published in the important volume “Islamic Heritage Sites in Jordan: A Student’s Gazetteer” which was supervised by Prof. Thomas M. Weber-Karyotakis and Ammar Khammash. She also participated in the UNESCO Rihab project in Mafraq–Jordan with Prof. Ignacio Arce, which involved mapping, analysis, assessment, adaptive reuse, and documentation of Ottoman-era houses, as well as documentation of churches and mosaics, photogrammetry, and 3D Laser Scanning. Besides that, she experienced local community participation with the NGO-AVSI-UNESCO project “Cash for Work”. At the Department of Antiquities of Jordan, Hafsa and her colleagues did the assessment and documentation of two Ottoman Houses in Tell Madaba.