The oral history, customs and traditions of the Ndrukpa (Lendu)

Introduction
The Ndrukpa often known as the Lendu are one of the most marginalized indigenous minority groups in Uganda. They are an agricultural group mostly in Zombo District, West Nile at the border of Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Documenting the oral history, customs and traditions of the

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CCFU launches the Oral history project for the Lendu

CCFU launches the Oral history project for the Lendu

This project has been launched in Zombo in April 2017. In 2016, CCFU embarked on an Oral History Documentation project to support the preservation of the oral history of three indigenous minority groups. The Lendu community in Zombo was selected as one of the three partners on this project.
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We make our own musical instruments – Heritage club members

We make our own musical instruments – Heritage club members

April 17-18, 2017, CCFU conducted support visits to heritage clubs in Nebbi and Arua. The main objective was to ascertain the progress of activities as outlined in the heritage education toolkit, motivate young people in the clubs and publicise the 2017 heritage competition for youth.
This is part of the

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Archives – CCFU in the media

Heritage prize giving ceremony for the youth
The East African Dec. 18th, 2015
‘Managing Diversity – Uganda’s Experience’ A CCFU Publication
The Observer Dec. 7th, 2015
Tuhwere enganda ezinagirwe enyima
Orumuri, Monday  June 13th- 19th 2015
Minorities in Uganda find their voice
The East African, Monday  June 13th- 19th 2015

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Archives – Culture in the media

The East African Dec. 12th, 2016 Uganda dance on UNESCO’s heritage list The New Vision Dec, 1st 2016 President calls for preservation of African culture, history PPU Nov, 19th, 2016 Media’s role in local language preservation and promotion ACME August 2016 International Cultural Fair to showcase Uganda Culture The New […]

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