24 August 2015 - Peacebuilding, natural disasters mitigation and indigenous communities supported by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund

Côte d’Ivoire is being supported with a grant of US$299,972 by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Fund on an emergency basis to conduct inventory work contributing to peacebuilding and stabilisation efforts following a 10-year political and military crisis. The project aims to draw up the inventory of the intangible cultural heritage present in Côte d’Ivoire with a view to its urgent safeguarding and valorisation as one of the major lines of action for the consolidation of peace and lasting stabilisation in the country under the National Programme

12 February 2015 - Financial assistance, a key mechanism for the safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage in Africa

25 November 2014 - Three new elements inscribed on the Urgent Safeguarding List

04 December 2013 - Seventeen new elements inscribed on the lists of the Convention

02 July 2013 - Four communities in Uganda commence inventory making of their intangible cultural heritage