During the debates, young people discuss the advantages and disadvantages of living in a multi-cultural society on one hand, and living in a mono-cultural society on the other.
Under CCFU’s Diakonia-funded project, the Foundation set out to sensitise development workers on the role of culture in development through a 3-day training
Heritage Programme Officer
Over the past 12 years the Foundation has widened the scope of its operations and is now looking for a dynamic and qualified Ugandan to join the CCFU team as a Heritage Programme Officer! The successful candidate will be offered a 2-year contract upon satisfactory completion
Kampala is fast expanding and becoming a modern city, but also losing its historical and cultural identity, especially as historical buildings and sites get modified or even demolished.
CCFU in partnership with the Uganda Tourism Board, Buganda Heritage and Tourism Board, Uganda National Museum and Kampala Capital City Authority, identified
CCFU with support from the European Union together with Ugandan partners launched a mobile app, three annotated maps and a photographic book with content to protect the posterity of historical buildings and sites in Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe
With support from the Arcus Foundation, the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) is implementing a 2-year project (2019-2021) in Bunyoro and the Rwenzori sub-region to strengthen the conservation of chimpanzees, not through legal mechanisms, but by re-inforcing cultural mechanisms.
This is based on the conclusions of a study conducted
The Heritage Education Programme has grown to 148 heritage clubs by inducting 8 schools in Nakasongola district. CCFU trained 16 patrons for 8 clubs in Nakasongola and retooled 14 for the 7 patrons in Kitgum (and Lamwo), as well as other resource persons in both districts.
With support from the European Union, the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) has recognized and unveiled commemorative plaques on notable historical sites in Kampala, Jinja and Entebbe.
On 6th December 2018 at the Uganda National Museum, the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda (CCFU) awarded 14 winners of the 2018 National Heritage Competition.
Divided for about seven decades, North and South Korea together won their first international recognition of Korean traditional wrestling as one of the world’s cultural treasures on 26th November 2018.