Projects Approved for Funding in 2012

The sixth ordinary session of the Intergovernmental Committee approved 13 projects in 12 developing countries to be funded from the IFCD (ref. Decision 6.IGC 5).
 

Cameroon ● Association des Femmes Handicapées Actives du Cameroun ● NGO ● US$ 32,701
Offering opportunities to women with disabilities in Cameroon’s cultural industries
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Cameroon ● Research Centre for Peace, Human Rights and Development ● NGO ● US$ 78,560
Decentralization, the diversity of cultural expressions and local policies: a new paradigm for local development strategies in Cameroon
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Côte d’Ivoire ● Groupe Ba Banka Nyeck ● NGO ● US$ 50,885
Creating a cultural industry around balafons in Côte d’Ivoire
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Croatia ● Institute for International Relations ● State Party ● US$ 82,988
Building the creative city: developing Zagreb’s creative industries
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Cuba ● Asociación Espiritista Kardeciana Cruzada Quisicuaba ● NGO ● US$ 93,101
Promoting Afro-Cuban cultural expressions among youth
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Guatemala ● Instituto de Relaciones Internacionales e Investigaciones para la Paz ● NGO ● US$ 98,610
INCREA LAB: Opening opportunities to indigenous cultural entrepreneurs
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Indonesia ● Perkumpulan Hijau Sibertu ● NGO ● US$ 99,982
Developing an audiovisual micro-industry on Siberut, Indonesia
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Mexico ● National Conference of Cultural Municipal Institutions ● NGO ● US$ 98,871
Paralelo 9 MX: strengthening cultural industries for local development in Mexico
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Mongolia ● Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture ● State Party ● US$ 79,000
Cultural statistics in action: Getting a clear picture of Mongolian cultural industries
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Montenegro ● Association of Fine Arts of Montenegro ● NGO ● US$ 88,705
Cultural industries as drivers of development in the Balkans
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South Africa ● National Arts Council of South Africa ● State Party ● US$ 99,318
ArtSAnow: Offering cultural operators and policy-makers real-time information on creative industries in South Africa
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The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia ● School of Journalism and Public Relations - UNESCO Chair in Media, Dialogue and Mutual Understanding ● NGO ● US$ 74,740
Measuring the economic contribution of the audiovisual industry in FYROM
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Zimbabwe ● Nhimbe Trust ● NGO ● US$ 97,365
Management and business training for Zimbabwe’s cultural professionals and arts associations
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