“Culture in Development” refers to the selective and voluntary integration of diverse positive cultural resources (values, principles, beliefs, bodies of knowledge and skills) into development thinking and practice. It entails analysing the interface between “traditional” and “modern” thought, negotiating and compromising in order to define development that results
Cultural diversity is seen at CCFU as a driving force of development, not only for economic growth, but also as a means of leading a more fulfilling intellectual, emotional, moral and spiritual life. If cultural diversity is an indispensable asset for poverty reduction and the achievement of sustainable development, this
Cultural heritage is an important aspect of our identity, history and aspirations. In Uganda, a beautiful collage of 65 culturally diverse ethnic groups presents unique cultures reflected in varied traditional institutions, languages, indigenous knowledge and skills, the creative and performing arts, crafts, dress and food.
The country’s natural,